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  • Patricia Wright

    Patricia Wright
    Patricia Wright, a retired college librarian and music aficionado, died of a pulmonary embolism Friday at Greater Baltimore Medical Center. The Towson resident was 79.
  • Baltimore native Justin Kramon publishes thriller 'The Preservationist'

    Baltimore native Justin Kramon publishes thriller 'The Preservationist'
    The Baltimore-born author Justin Kramon's supporting characters are so quirky and funny, you'd swear they were drawn from real life. There's the landfill operator who shows a visitor a photograph of a hatchet-faced woman in her 60s and then complains that...

    Young adult market opens up a new world for authors

    Young adult market opens up a new world for authors
    Seth Fishman gave up on his third novel in 2010. A literary agent who studied with Chang-Rae Lee at Princeton University and represents acclaimed author Téa Obreht, Fishman had written two unpublished books before finishing a thriller about a poison...

    Junot Diaz's broadside on 'too white' bias in MFA programs

    Junot Diaz's broadside on 'too white' bias in MFA programs
    Junot Díaz is not the only “person of color,” or POC, to have had an unpleasant MFA experience. Sandra Cisneros confesses to having “hated” her time at the famous Iowa Writers Workshop. “It was rather horrible,” she...

    Lorrie Moore discusses 'Bark'

    Lorrie Moore discusses 'Bark'
    Lorrie Moore is simultaneously one of the funniest and saddest fiction writers in America. Her collections of short stories, including "Self Help" (1985), "Like Life" (1990) and "Birds of America" (1998), are masterpieces of the laughter-through-tears...