Friday, September 29, 2006

TRACKS at Baltimore Book Festival

In case you didn't hear it on Baltimore's NPR station, WTMD, or read it in Baltimore's City Paper, I'm reading from TRACKS, my novel in stories, this weekend at the Baltimore Book Festival -- the mid-Atlantic's premier celebration of the literary arts.

The Write Here Write Now reading takes place at the City Lit Tent. I'll be reading an abridged version of the story "A Good Beer Needs a Good Stein" on Sunday, October 1 at 11 a.m. and will be joined by five other local writers: Judy Turner, Nancy Greene, Paul Lagasse, Barbara Friedland and Fernando Quijano. Christine Stewart hosts the event.

Other featured authors during the three-day festival include Sebastian Junger, James McGreevey, Moria Egan, Kate Dolan, and Nathan Leslie.

This is the first public reading from TRACKS, a novel in stories. To learn more, visit the Baltimore Book Festival website.


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