Dudman, Martha ( - )

Genre: General Fiction, Non-Fiction

Martha Todd Dudman, a resident of Northeast Bay, Maine, has written about the challenges of motherhood. In addition to her writing, Dudman has supported herself and her two children as a teacher and by running a radio station.

Selected Bibliography


  • Augusta, Gone:a true story 2001 Janet Maslin of the New York Times, in a review wrote "...a wrenching mother's-eye view of the kind of family crisis seen...in countless households where teenagers find chemical means of amplifying the rebelliousness they already feel."
  • Expecting to Fly: a sixties reckoning 2004 autobiography


  • Black Olives 2008 a novel
  • Dawn 1989 short stories

Selected Resources