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Wide Open Ocean... Tiny Living Space

This is part two of Martha's conversation with writer Jack Greer.  They talk about the four years he mostly spent sailing the Caribbean on a 40 ft sailboat with his wife Bobbi. Oh yes, and about changing from writing mostly non-fiction to fiction.

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Excerpt from Jack Greer’s story “Souvenir’s Last Passage” – a tale of piracy in the Caribbean.

In part one of Martha's conversation with writer Jack Greer, she asks him why he is as drawn to water as a sugar ant is to chocolate cake. Their conversation also centers on his involvement with the efforts to reclaim the Chesapeake Bay.

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Part 1 of Martha's conversation with Jack Greer

National Sea Grant Program

Wikipedia Entry about the National Sea Grant Program

Marth Woodroof has retired from WMRA and is now spending her time as a full-time writer and published author.
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