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A Poor Man’s Dream

“ray light morning fire lynch, yester pain in dreams comes again” opening like eyelids resistant to the existence of realities persistent gleam and struggle seems to require an immunity to truth just to swallow the late night placebos of poetry […]

A Poor Man’s Dream

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“ray light morning fire lynch, yester pain in dreams comes again” opening like eyelids resistant to the existence of realities persistent gleam and struggle seems to require an immunity to truth just to swallow the late night placebos of poetry […]

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Rethinking Possible: A Memoir of Resilience

The Baltimore Post-Examiner is proud to present an excerpt from Rethinking Possible: A Memoir of Resilience by Baltimore author Rebecca Faye Smith Galli. The book is available at Amazon. Galli

Baltimore Catholic worker stories inspire

“The Long Loneliness in Baltimore: Stories Along the Way,” by author Brendan Walsh and illustrator Willa Bickham, recounts the couple’s 50 years, living in Southwest Baltimore, nourishing and sustaining

Dashing, Daring, Debonair by Herbie J Pilato features iconic actors like Ross Martin and Robert Conrad. (Wikimedia)

‘Dashing, Daring, and Debonair’ recalls classic TV’s male idols

Robert Conrad (pictured on the right with co-star Ross Martin) is one of the classic TV actors profiled in the new book, Dashing, Daring, and Debonair. (Wikimedia) Elizabeth Montgomery rarely

Gary Lockwood in a screen shot from the Star Trek pilot 'Where No Man Has Gone Before'

Gary Lockwood: 2001, Star Trek actor on stellar career, upcoming book

Gary Lockwood in a screenshot from the Star Trek episode, "Where No Man Has Gone Before." Very few actors are lucky enough to land that once-in-a-lifetime role; a role which

Doctors and nurses tend to injured doughboys at U.S. Army General Hospital No. 2 at Ft. McHenry in Baltimore, Maryland.

Johns Hopkins physician remembered in ‘World War I New York’

World War I New York: A Guide to the City’s Enduring Ties to the Great War In 1917 one million soldiers, sailors, and Marines departed for France to fight in

Statues

He sits like one of the park’s statues, knit cap pulled down to his eyes, blanket tugged up to his mouth, five rotten teeth his most memorable feature. I put a dollar in

Skeleton God

The Baltimore Post-Examiner is proud to publish an excerpt from Elliot Pattison's latest book "Skelton God."  In Pattison's latest book Skeleton God, Shan Tao Yun, the reluctant constable of

Captain America in the Mirror

i am a broken plastic superhero i was so captain america but the orgies of tornadoes and the prophecies from the underground shelters have disintegrated my shield no one wants to reach out give it is all take the

Who the Hell Am I?

In 1970, after dropping out of college in Washington, D.C., I moved to Baltimore where I lived in a row home still heated by a coal furnace on West

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