Robert J. Romano, Jr. and his wife, Trish, have owned a camp in the Rangeley Lakes region of western Maine for more than thirty years. He is the author of the Rangeley Lakes series of novels: North of Easie, West of Rangeley, and Brook Trout Blues.
North of Easie won second place in the 2010 New England Outdoor Writer’s Best Book Contest.
His latest novel, The River King, is also set in western Maine.
Shadows in the Stream, is a book of essays that has gone through several printings. The tenth-anniversary edition is now available.
Romano’s essays and short stories have appeared in various anthologies, including “Christmas in the Wild,” “Fresh Fiction for Fresh Water Fishing,” and “Wildbranch: An Anthology of Nature, Environmental, and Place-Based Writing.”
He also writes articles for various magazines and newspapers and does his best to keep up with his blog: forgottentrout.wordpress.com.
- The River King
- North of Easie
- West of Rangeley
- Brook Trout Blues
- Shadows in the Stream
- Fishing with Faeries