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Offbeat Gargoyle and Cologne No. 10 For Men

I was excited to read that Gargoyle, DC’s oldest literary magazine, celebrated its 40th anniversary, and I’m proud that I worked with its founder and editor, Richard Peabody, a couple of times over the years. That sort of puts me in the company of MacArthur … Continue reading

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Been waiting for this…

I’m going to add a permanent section of this site to feature my book illustrator — you really have to see her new blog/website at http://www.audreyengdahl.com.  Authors frequently have no input into their cover illustrations but I had the opportunity to get exactly … Continue reading

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Downtime?

Downtime now — but not in the true sense of the word.  Since March 13 when we started with the Author’s Cafe at the Women’s Expo in Catonsville until yesterday evening at the Bowie Old Town Grille, we have been … Continue reading

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