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Tuesday, October 16, 2007

Maryland Authors Share Their Work

There have been quite a few reading events lately: myself and a number of other authors read at the recent Baltimore Book Festival. William J. Kennedy at the Fitzgerald Conference last Saturday. Sunshine O’Donnell in Baltimore last Sunday. Edward P. Jones last night at Goucher. Augusten Burroughs tomorrow at Towson University.

And, of course, the “Rumi-esqe Reading” this coming Sunday, where I’ll be reading from my novel Womb at the Watermark Gallery in Baltimore’s inner harbor along with two other fiction writers (Caryn Coyle and Nitin Jagdish) and two poets (Deanna Nikaido and Cliff Lynn).

But some Marylanders may consider all of that a lead-up to the reading on Monday, October 22. If you happen to be in the Baltimore-DC area, you won’t want to miss a reading of Maryland writers sharing their work.

The October meeting of the Maryland Writers Association Baltimore Chapter takes place on Monday, October 22 at 7p.m. at the new Ukazoo Books in Towson Town Center. Directions are available on the Ukazoo website at www.ukazoo.com.

Stop by to listen to the fine work of some of Baltimore’s finest authors.


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