Lucretia Grindle





Lucretia Grindle


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Lucretia Grindle was born in Boston Massachusetts and grew up spending half her time in the United States and half her time in the UK. Continuing as she started out, she still splits her time, but now calls the coast of Maine home.

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“There is one thing that I do find extraordinary and it never ceases to amaze me. That even in this day and age, in any day and age, that people always insist on believing their heroes are men”
Lucretia Grindle, Villa Triste

“Old and blended in, another worn feature of this worn city that no one notices much and no one will miss. How, she wondered, does that happen? In what year is it, exactly, that we begin to vanish, to fade into our surroundings as if they are absorbing us, pulling our bones back home?”
Lucretia Grindle, The Villa Triste

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