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Friday, March 25, 2011

Barrelhouse Likes Drinking

Need another reason to come to the Lit & Art event this Sunday? Readings from local authors, music and art from near and far, wine and refreshments, a benefit to help save the Poe House & Museum, getting together with some cool people … and of course our headliner, Jessica Anya Blau.

Jessica’s new novel, Drinking Closer to Home, has already garnered gleaming reviews nationwide. The latest comes from close to home. Barrelhouse Magazine endorses Drinking. (Don’t we all?)

This week, Barrelhouse published my review of Drinking Closer to Home. You can read it online at www.barrelhousemag.com/?p=579.

Read the review. Then come to Sunday’s Lit & Art at the Watermark, 100 S. Charles Street, Baltimore, right across from the Inner Harbor in the Bank of America Building, second floor. The event is from 2 to 5 p.m. this Sunday.

Rick Connor, Katherine Cottle, Holly Morse-Ellington, Guity Adjoodani, Manzar, and Red Tractor Factory fill out the event.

See you Sunday afternoon. In the meantime, read my review in Barrelhouse and get Drinking. It’s available in bookstores and at Amazon.

Barrelhouse Review of Drinking Closer to Home:


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