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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 and overfilled plastic tubs. Once out of the car, she […]

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Mothers and Sons

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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 and overfilled plastic tubs. Once out of the car, she […]

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Jeffrey Condran & Emily Mitchell

Finale for Five: Ten readings held at Minas Gallery

Jeffrey Condran & Emily Mitchell (Bill Hughes) The finale of the “Five-Ten Readings” fiction series was held on Saturday evening, Feb. 15, at Minas Gallery. Hosting the program before a SRO audience

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Cream in My Coffee

Natsuhiko Osaka, Youngest Son The boy child stood on the dock speechless, his insides, paralyzed, barren of emotion. He stood atop the thick, wooden pilings, the waves battering against the

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Fiction at Freddies: Baltimore’s writers take the stage

Mr. Rocky Balboa has a front row seat at Freddie's Ale House in  Baltimore. “Fiction at Freddies” held its pre-Christmas Day literary readings Monday evening at Freddie’s Ale House. The fiction readers

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‘Fiction at Freddies’ debuts in Baltimore

“Fiction at Freddies,” a new reading series, opened Monday at Freddie’s Ale House located at 7209 Harford Road in Baltimore. The readers were author and journalist, Michael Olesker (above);

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The Fields

The shack was in the fields not far from the house. I used to ride my bike there almost every day. A tangle of streets, sidewalks, houses and lawns

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Mrs. Rochester

They don’t see me, but they feel me everywhere. When he touches her with his one good hand, he feels me. When she kisses his scorched eyelids, she feels me.   I woke

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Thursday Morning Breakfast (and Murder) Club

Baltimore Post-Examiner is proud to publish excerts from Liz Stauffer's 'Thursday Morning Breakfast (and Murder) Club. The book can be purchased via Amazon. Liz Stauffer wrote stories in high school,

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The Art of Being Un-Wired: Chapter 30

(Read the previous chapters here.) When I finally emerged from my bedroom the next morning, Pippa, like an intern eying the executive suite, handed me a cup of coffee and a

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Bugged

Baltimore Post-Examiner is proud to showcase an excerpt from the latest work of activist and writer Alan Barysh and his new trilogy called A Book of Struggles (In the

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