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When my wife and I landed last July on Vinalhaven, a large island in Maine's Penobscot Bay, after a seventy-five-minute ferry trip from Rockland, I was yet again discovering a foreign country.When we departed, only ten days later, I was cheerfully saying "so long" to a familiar realm where I flattered myself I might easily qualify as a naturalized citizen.Gaston Lachaise (March 19, 1882 – October 18, 1935) was an American sculptor of French birth, active in the early 20th century.A native of Paris, he was most noted for his female nudes such as Standing Woman.At the close of the ceremony the tire-woman dressed the bride in a complete wardrobe which the major had provided and caused to be deposited in the closet at the commencement of the ceremony.She came out elegantly dressed in silk, satin and lace, and there was kissing all around.Having fallen in love with a married American woman, Isabel Dutaud Nagle, (she eventually was divorced from her husband and married Lachaise In 1912 Lachaise went to New York City and worked as an assistant to the sculptor Paul Manship.

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He met a young American woman, Isabel Nagel, and the pair moved to America, where his craft reached maturity and he was influenced and inspired by American ways.

Residents of Quillifarkeag, a town so far north in Maine that Quillifarkeagans "stare off into the nearby nothingness of Canada, a nothingness that had the appeal of the back door to a house where a domestic dispute was going on," the people Wuori presents in these 18 candid shorts act from the gut.

The attitude expressed by Claire, the intelligent young protagonist in "Parents" who is leading Stephen King around the abandoned factory where years ago her janitor mother slaughtered umpteen co-workers, echoes through the collection.

"Just a young married couple," is what Quilli says when Fence and Alice paint their house--and its windows--pitch black, in a story called "Condoms." "Just a young married couple," even when their first pet of choice turns out to be a "frozen chicken--still feathered, eyes cloudy enough to make it look a little heartsick--tied to a rope on the porch just off the dooryard." Quillifarkeag is not just a township, then, as G. Wuori writes in the foreword to this odd little book; it's a state of mind, "one marked by innocence and regret, by guile and sympathy." Wuori's off-kilter tales start out conventionally enough, but grow darker and more violent as the book progresses.

A couple interrupts a holdup, then turn the tables on their torturers in "Revenge"; a woman finds a pine tree growing from her leg in "Glory"; novelist Stephen King is called in to witness the legacy of a factory massacre in "Parents." No one says or does the expected in Quillifarkeag, and Wuori writes prose to match; you can never quite predict where one of his sentences will end up.