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Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Gluckman Brings Espionage and Conspircy

At the November meeting of the Maryland Writers’ Association Baltimore Chapter, author Geoffrey M. Gluckman brings espionage and conspiracy to Baltimore as he talks about how to use research to add authenticity to fiction, including where to find resources and how to cultivate them. The name of his presentation is Authenticity: Facts in Fiction.

Gluckman is the author of the spy thriller Deadly Exchange, an exciting novel of espionage and conspiracy. To write the thriller, he drew on his experience as a federal agent and recruitment by the CIA, as well as his experience as an exercise physiologist and international lecturer.

This exciting event takes place at the Barnes & Noble Bookstore in the Power Plant Live complex, right in the heart of Baltimore’s Inner harbor at 601 E. Pratt Street. Just look for the Hard Rock’s guitar. The event takes place at 7 p.m. on Monday, November 26 and is sure to be a thrilling one.

This will be the last monthly meeting of the MWAB for 2007, but an exciting line up is in the works for 2008.

To learn more about Geoffrey Gluckman and Deadly Exchange, visit his website.


For more information, visit the MWAB website.



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