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About Mary Petiet
I’m a Cape Codder who loves to write. The Cape never fails to provide fertile ground for artists, and can even inspire me when I am not actually there. My first writing gig was with Edible Cape Cod Magazine 15 years ago when my kids were tiny. My first story was about Cape Abilities Farm, which was also tiny at the time, just a few green houses off 6A in Dennis exploring hydroponics. I’ve been promoting farm to table and local food routes ever since, while also branching out into journalism for The Enterprise News, where I worked as a reporter on the Bourne school beat, and advertising content for businesses in Amsterdam, where I currently spend my winters.
I find it hard to actually stop writing, so in between articles and stories for other publications, I have always worked on my own projects. My first book, Minerva’s Owls, was published in 2017 by Home Bound Publications. It’s about finding balance in an unbalanced world through remembering the life force of the divine feminine.
The recent COVID-19 shutdown left me stranded in Amsterdam with the time I needed to launch three new and exciting projects. Two are books. Moon Tide: Cape Cod Poems, July 2020, and Owl Magic: Your Guide Through Challenging Times, October 2020. The third is a very small press called Sea Crow Press, which I established to give my titles a home.