University Press of New England

Seafaring America
Series Editor: Richard J. King, Williams College-Mystic Seaport

Seafaring America is a series of original and classic works of nonfiction, fiction, poetry, and drama exploring the history of America’s engagement with our oceans and coastlines. Spanning diverse eras, perspectives, and geographical settings, the series strives to introduce, revive, and aggregate a wide range of exemplary and/or seminal stories about our American maritime heritage. Seafaring America introduces new stories of maritime interest and reprints books that have fallen out of circulation and deserve reappraisal. The series also publishes selections from well-known works that warrant reconsideration because of the lessons they offer about our relationship with our watery planet.

In Pursuit of Giants
One Man's Global Search for the Last of the Great Fish
A lyrical and passionate call to arms to save the world’s great fish
Rigney, Matt

The Palatine Wreck
The Legend of the New England Ghost Ship
A deeply researched inquiry into one of the enduring mysteries of the New England coast
Farinelli, Jill

The Sea Is a Continual Miracle
Sea Poems and Other Writings by Walt Whitman
The greatest sea poems and prose of Walt Whitman
Whitman, Walt; Yang, Jeffrey ed.

Surviving the Essex
The Afterlife of America's Most Storied Shipwreck
Do cannibals get second acts?
Dowling, David O.

Twain at Sea
The Maritime Writings of Samuel Langhorne Clemens
An anthology of Mark Twain’s shipboard stories
Twain, Mark, Eric Paul Roorda, ed.

The Whale and His Captors; or, The Whaleman's Adventures

An authoritative new edition of a lost source of Melville’s Moby-Dick
Cheever, Henry T.; edited and with an introduction by Robert D. Madison