Kissing a Fish: Memoirs of a Fisherman’s Son
By: Carol Malaquias
Throughout the years of our marriage, I came to realize that no one had a more interesting or romantic childhood than my husband. Over after-dinner brie and the last dregs of the cabernet, he would wax nostalgic and regale me with tales of his growing up in Provincetown, Massachusetts. The insulated nature of any small town in the 1950s and ’60s naturally forged a closeness of community. But the trifecta of the Portuguese fishermen, the artists, and the New York visitors converging on what was fondly known as P’town made for a unique life on the sandy tip of the Cape Cod peninsula. I hope I have brought you his voice in the telling.
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