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The Future of the Printed Books in the Digital Age

In today’s modern society, hardcovers and paperbacks have lost their place as a front-runner in the book industry, with new innovation and technology being so rampantly developed and researched all over the world. Actual books might eventually be a thing […]

The Future of the Printed Books in the Digital Age

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In today’s modern society, hardcovers and paperbacks have lost their place as a front-runner in the book industry, with new innovation and technology being so rampantly developed and researched all over the world. Actual books might eventually be a thing […]

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Bobby Kennedy comes back to life in books

A trio of U.S. Senators, 1967, at Maryvale School, in Baltimore County with black Catholic Oblate Order nuns. Frrom left to right: Joseph D. Tydings, Robert Kennedy and Daniel

Flickering Treasures: Rediscovering Baltimore’s forgotten movie theaters awakens memories

Author/Photographer Amy Davis has written a delightful book about Baltimore’s Movie Palaces from yesteryear, with plenty of riveting photos to bring it to life. It’s called: “Flickering Treasures: Rediscovering

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

Dorothy Kilgallen & Jack Ruby: A Toxic Mix

In 1931, at the age of 17, she was a cub reporter for the “New York Evening Journal.” At age 23, she was the first woman “to fly around

Springsteen: Born to Write

On a recent visit to the Book Market in Oakland, my treasured stop in Mountain Maryland, I was immediately tempted by Bruce Springsteen’s autobiography, “Born to Run. As a former

Elizabeth Hazen reads ‘Underwear Girl’

Elizabeth Hazen is one of Baltimore’s most acclaimed poets. She is also an educator. Her poetry has appeared in a number of respected journals, including: “The Threepenny Review,” “Salamander,”

Dashiell Hammett: Man of Mystery and a good read

“Dashiell Hammett: Man of Mystery,” Sally Cline, 272 pages, Arcade Publishing, 2016 (Review by Bill Hughes) His family roots ran deep in the “Old Line State.” Dashiell Hammett, aka Samuel

‘The Last Book of Baghdad’ gets a release party

Author Justin Sirois with Book Editor/Collaborator, Haneen Alshujairy On Thursday evening at Atomic Books in Hampden, a release party was held to celebrate the unveiling of “The Last Book

Reviewed: What’s Fair, by Ben Shapiro

Ben Shapiro - best known for supposedly owning some guy named Piers Morgan in a teevee debate, and then writing an entire book about it - has decided to try

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