Outta My Way by Elizabeth Peavey
An Odd Life Lived Loudly

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You won’t be able to help but laugh out loud as you read this hilarious and oddly touching collection of Elizabeth Peavey’s wildly popular column, “Outta My Way.” Peavey’s sharp wit, Yankee sensibility, and off-beat perspective on life, fashion, jerks, love, etiquette, and family will draw you in and become a part of your life — like that weird kid on the playground who follows you wherever you go and won’t quit bugging you no matter how many times you tell her to get lost. “Outta My Way” was published over a span of six years by Portland, Maine’s favorite indie newspaper, Casco Bay Weekly.
 

About Elizabeth Peavey

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Whle growing up in Maine, Eizabeth Peavey wanted nothing more than to get away as fast as she could. She traveled extensively and lived in London, San Franciso, and Boston before deciding to return and settle in her home state for good. A contributing editor to Down East magazine, Peavey's essays and articles have appeared in numerous publications. She is also a contributing essayist to the Maine Public Radio program Maine Things Considered. She lives with her husband in Portland, Maine.
 
Published December 3, 2005 by Warren Machine Company. 307 pages
Genres: Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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