Board of Editors

 Peter at Museum (1)

Peter Anastas, EG editorial director, is a Gloucester native and writer. His most recent book, A Walker in the City: Elegy for Gloucester, is a selection from columns that were published in the Gloucester Daily Times.

 

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Patti Page, EG consultant, of Gloucester, is retired from a career in federal fisheries regulatory compliance work and is currently a member of the City’s Waterways Board.  She is a founder and director of Sail GHS, the sailing program for students across Cape Ann, and is dedicated to a broad range of working waterfront advocacy issues.

 laurel

 Laurel Tarantino, writer, is happy to live in her hometown, Gloucester, with her husband, James,”Jimmy T,” daughter Marina Bella, and the family dog, Sport. She is known for “stopping to smell the roses” and loves to photograph and write about her beloved waterfront community. 

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Originally from Brighton MA, Bing McGilvray, EG creative director, writer, has had a colorful career in the arts, including a BA (UMass–Amherst) and an MFA (UCLA) before settling in Gloucester. (Drawing by David Hockney.)

debbie zerillo-adkins

Debbie Zerillo Adkins, EG webmaster,  is a recent graduate of Harvard University, with a particular interest in the fields of science, medicine, and global health.  She is a decedent of Sicilian fishing families in Gloucester, and has a passion for the preservation of Gloucester’s rich heritage, including the arts, fishing and community unification.






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