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In the Path of Hurricanes

Baltimore Post-Examiner is proud to present an excerpt from In the Path of Hurricanes by Ann Marie Bezayiff. The book is avaiable through Whiskey Creek Press and Amazon. Three years after the destructive 1900 Galveston Hurricane, Amie Anders is unexpectedly summoned […]

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Baltimore Post-Examiner is proud to present an excerpt from In the Path of Hurricanes by Ann Marie Bezayiff. The book is avaiable through Whiskey Creek Press and Amazon. Three years after the destructive 1900 Galveston Hurricane, Amie Anders is unexpectedly summoned […]

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S Street Rising: Crack, Murder, Redemption in D.C.

The Baltimore Post-Examiner is proud to present an excerpt from Ruben Castaneda's first book - S Street Rising: Crack, Murder, Redemption in D.C.  During the height of the crack epidemic

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The True Story Of Catch-22

Colonel Willis Chapman's B-25 Briefing Time now resides at the Mid-Atlantic Air Museum in Reading, Pa. After the publication of his best-selling novel Catch-22, Joseph Heller usually chose to deny

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Etudes without Piano

the reign in Spain drives me insane the moon jumped over the cow spilling milky light did you ever hop while swigging scotch or make a wry word while distilling whiskey or behead a French

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Edgar Allan Poe and the Fall of the House: The Tale of the Announced American Apocalypse

It was never clear what Edgar Allan Poe thought of slavery, although he grew up in Richmond (VA), a town with an important position in the slave trade. So

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Bone Welder

The Baltimore Post-Examiner is pleased to present an excerpt from Greg Kishbaugh's Ray Bradbury Award Winning novel, Bone Welder.  Bone Welder is available locally; at Amazon, and Barns and

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The Star

In the distance, behind a sign advertising 3,300 acres for lease, A steel mill is meeting what free market economists call Creative destruction. Two years after the shutdown, the searing pain of

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These Days: A Tale of Nostalgia on Baltimore’s ‘Block’

The Baltimore Post-Examiner is pleased to present an excerpt from the novel These Days: A Tale of Nostalgia on Baltimore's Block by Margo Christie. These Days is a glittery

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Jumping trains and riding the rails carries risks and scenic rewards

In another life I had time to ride freight trains around the West, through thousands of miles of scenery that only freight crews and hoboes had seen ever since

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Mothers and Sons

You Owe Me The garage door opened slowly, hesitantly like an arthritic man rising from his chair. Cautiously Kim Vuong drove the car forward into a space bordered by boxes

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