Wayne D. King
Author, Speaker, Writer & Artist
New Hampshire Secrets, Legends & Lore chosen by NH Association of Newspaper Publishers and Editors as honored Podcast
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“An existential environmental time bomb - in the form of a massive powerline - is about to explode an entire way of life for the people of the North Country. Nine unlikely heroes - rock climbers, paddlers, a deer farmer and a former spook - are all that stands between the people and their worst nightmare.”
This is their story . . .
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"Few can turn political musings into poetic prose like Wayne King.”
“Wayne D. King exalts national dialogue in ‘Democracy Should be a Messy Business’ but that solutions are found in differing viewpoints given by people who respect each other. In ‘Looking for Hope: You’ll find it at the dump on Buffalo Road in Rumney,’ King is engaging about history, politics and our unifying bond as everyday people. Few can turn political musings into poetic prose like Wayne D. King.”
~ The New England Newspaper & Press Association.
Coming in September 2020 - Thunder Over the Mountains: The Fight to Stop Northern Pass: a Podcast from Moosewood Communications
Asquamchumaukee - Place of Mountain Waters
A Photographic Ramble through the Baker River Valley of New Hampshire
Available in softcover, hardcover and limited edition deluxe versions. Purchase the signed limited edition book and receive a bonus gift a 14" x 23" poster of "Storm Over Tenney Mountain"
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19" x 30" Signed limited Edition of 250 prints
Printed on fine art rag paper
Signed limited edition print created from an image of the same name inspired by the famed
courageous speech of Robert F. Kennedy in 1966 in South Africa where he spoke out against the Apartheid system and for hope.
"It is from numberless diverse acts of courage and belief that human history is shaped.
Each time a man stands up for an ideal, or acts to improve the lot of others, or strikes out against injustice,
he sends forth a tiny ripple of hope, and crossing each other from a million different centers of energy and daring
those ripples build a current which can sweep down the mightiest walls of oppression and resistance."
Listen to the speech here.