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Author Archives: Susan Thornton Hobby
If the poetry in Tara Hart’s chapbook The Colors of Absence does nothing else, it should impel parents to reach out for their children, remembering to be grateful for the “maddeningly silken sack,” as Hart calls our babies, who may be grown, who may … Continue reading
Depending on the shine of light or the turn of a page, author Edith Pearlman shifts from the point of view of a lost six-year-old girl to an addict of a drug made from a Brazilian beetle. From a fed-up … Continue reading
This story feels like an Escher drawing of hands drawing themselves: a blog post about a blog party in which writers talked about writing stories. On August 11, HoCoBlogs hosted a meet-up for writers at the Stanford Grill in Columbia, MD. … Continue reading
Under my great-grandma Coley’s ornate dining room table, I made the first make believe world that I can remember. The table’s four thick legs splayed out from a center pole and ended in wooden lions’ paws clutching wooden balls. Whenever … Continue reading
Rafael Alvarez has spent most of his 52 years in Baltimore. He spent 23 years working at The Baltimore Sun, writing daily news stories on Baltimore’s odd collection of crimes and misdemeanors. Consequently, his journalism seems full of imaginary people and … Continue reading