From the Fishouse takes its name, and the spelling of "Fishouse," from the writing cabin of the late Lawrence Sargent Hall. Hall renovated the former codfish-drying shack and wrote in the space for 50 years. Within the Fishouse, he wrote his Faulkner Award-winning novel, Stowaway, and his O'Henry Award-winning short story, The Ledge, named in 1999 as one of The Best American Short Stories of the Century.(from the From the Fishouse website)
From the Fishouse might be known best for its recordings of poetry. To get to those recordings, click here.