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Yankee Humor | Welcome to Your Small Town

Yankee Humor | Welcome to Your Small Town
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As a newcomer to New England, here are the crucial things you should know about your small town.


 

Ken Sheldon

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Ken Sheldon

Biography:

Humorist Ken Sheldon is a lifelong resident of New England, except for two brief stints when he lost his way and lived in California. (He has pretty much recovered.) His humor column “Only in New England” appears in every issue of Yankee Magazine. He is the author of "Welcome to Frost Heaves,” a humorous collection of stories from “the most under-appreciated town in New Hampshire,” written as Fred Marple, the unofficial spokesman for Frost Heaves. As Fred Marple, Ken has appeared at church basements, town halls, and the homes of most of his friends, usually right around dinner time. He would love to hear from you with your tales of life in New England, although being a true Yankee, it may be awhile before he gets back to you. You can email Ken at ken@kensheldon.com.
Updated Friday, October 25th, 2013

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