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Marion Winik

 Carlow University, Pittsburgh, PA, reading and perfomance workshop
: Fully-funded Artists' Residency, The Betsy Hotel, Miami, Florida

17: In conversation with Lisa Gornick, author of Ana Turns, at Ivy Bookshop, Baltimore

6: In conversation with Christine Evans, author of Nadia, at Bird in Hand, Baltimore
9: In conversation with Ben Fountain, author of Devil Makes Three, at Politics and Prose, DC

16: Craft talk at Good Contrivance Farm, "I Wrote Ten Memoirs and My Family Still Speaks to Me," on the ethics of creative nonfiction. Go to for details. 

10: Rebecca Makkai, author of I Have Some Questions For You, @ Weekly Reader Book Club, Bird in Hand, Baltimore

JUNE 2023
22: In conversation with Mary Kay Zuravleff about her new book American Ending, at the Ivy Bookshop, 6 pm

MARCH 2023
14: University of Baltimore faculty reading, Student Center, fifth floor, 7 pm

14: NBCC criticism panel, with Walton Muymba, Karen Sanderson, Brandon McClendon and J Howard Rosier. On Zoom 7pm EST. Four critics discuss their approaches to reviewing Margo Jefferson's Constructing a Nervous System. Watch the video here.
: One-day memoir intensive at Good Contrivance Farm, located in the country outside Baltimore. Go to for details.

12th: In conversation with Amy Fusselman at Bird in Hand, 6 pm. Here's an interview I did with her for Newsday, and a review of The Means on the "Funny Ladies" episode of The Weekly Reader.

JULY 2022
17-21: Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center, Memoir Boot Camp, info here
20: Reading at FAWC, Provincetown, MA, with Andrew Mockler.
6 pm

20th: Reading at York College, to register for virtual attendance, 5 pm

: A Zoom reading by summer faculty next Thursday, August 5 pm sponsored by the Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center. Nick Flynn, me, some really great people. Register at

APRIL 2021
13th: Pen Parentis Salon on Love and Loss with Melanie Hatter and Marian Fontana; 7 pm; info here

24th: Reading for The Inner Loop, hosted out of Washington DC; virtual reading archived on YouTube

JULY 2020
21st: Virtual Book Launch sponsored by the Ivy Bookshop, 7pm, Register here.
19th-24th, Memoir Boot Camp at Provincetown Fine Arts Work Center. Use code FACULTY50 for a discount!

MAY 2020
5th: Weekly Reader Book Club, "The Other Americans," Bird in Hand, 7 pm
7th: University of Baltimore Storytelling Show, Wright Theater, 7pm
21stReading from Big Book of the Dead for Oakdale Cemetery Series, Austin Parks and Rec, 8:30 pm

APRIL 2020
7th: Weekly Reader Book Club, "Shuggie Bain," Bird in Hand, 7 pm

MARCH 2020
4th: Weekly Reader Book Club, "Arcadia," Bird in Hand, 7 pm
5thEveryone's a Critic, NBCC panel at AWP, San Antonio, Rm 207, 1:45 pm
10th: Talking with Lisa Gornick about her wonderful historical novel, The Peacock Feast, at the Ivy Bookshop, 7 pm. More info here
14th: Live from Here with Chris Thile, at Kennedy Center in Washington DC
15th: Reading with Liz Hazen at Normal's to celebrate her new book and my still-pretty-young one, 425 E 31st St., Baltimore, 3 pm
24th: The Inner Loop reading series, Washington, DC, Femme Fatale DC
28thFuture of the Personal Essay panel, with D Watkins and Alexander Chee, Woodstock Writers Festival, 2 pm

2nd: Weekly Reader Book Club, "Such a Fun Age," Bird in Hand, 7 pm

7th: Weekly Reader Book Club, "Severance," Bird in Hand, 7 pm
23rd:  Roland Park Women's Club, 4600 Roland Avenue, private event, 1 pm

5th: Writers' Salon at Charm City Books, tickets here, 721 Washington Boulevard, 7 pm
13th: Appearing with Mortified! at the Creative Alliance, 3234 Eastern Avenue, Shows at 7 and 9:30

: Arlington, Virginia, One More Page Books, 2200 N. Westmoreland Street, 6:30 pm, with wine tasting.
12th: Towson University, Towson Prize for Literature reading, 7 pm

10th: Frederick, MD, Curious Iguana, 7 pm
22nd: NYC, NY, #Yeah You Write, Bo's Kitchen, 6 West 24th, 7 pm, with Jenny Offill, Dana Spiotta, Leland Cheuk, and custom cocktails for each book. Make reservations at

9th:  Moderating a panel discussion at Laura Lippman's ticketed launch event for Lady in the Lake, held by Women's Daily Press, more info
: Baltimore Launch at The Ivy on Falls Road, 7 pm. If you're interested in the audio, learn how to sign up with to support the Ivy with your purchase.
18th: Faculty Reading, University of Baltimore, with Jane Delury, Betsy Boyd and Steven Leyva, 21 W. Mount Royal, 7 pm
26th: Dallas, In conversation with Lori Feathers, Interabang Books, 10720 Preston Rd, 6 pm
27th: Houston, Brazos Bookstore 2421 Bissonnet Street, 6:30 pm
29th: Austin, Reading with Naomi Shihab Nye, BookWoman, 5510 N Lamar, 2:30 pm, more info

JUNE 2019
: Arlington Public Library Speaker Series, Quincy Street branch, 7 pm
8th: Maryland State Arts Council event, details TBA
: Bethany Beach Books, Bethany Beach, DE, 7 pm

MAY 2019
: Gaithersburg Book Festival, Gaithersburg, MD

APRIL 2019
: San Antonio Book Festival, San Antonio, TX
14th: LA Times Book Festival, LA, CA, 12 pm, USC Taper Hall 201
27th: CityLit Festival, University of Baltimore, Keynote with Dani Shapiro, 4 pm

MARCH 2019
Festival of the Book, Charlottesville, VA, Old Dominion Bookshop, 10 am; JRM library, 12pm
24th: Festival of the Book, Charlottesville, VA JRM Library, 1 pm
29th: Tennessee Williams Literary Festival, New Orleans, LA, 533 Royal St. 2:30 pm
31st: Reston Books, Reston VA, Reading with Liz Hazen, 5:30 pm

 Community Bookstore, Brooklyn, NY, 7 pm
12th: Greedy Reads, Aliceanna Street, Baltimore, 6:30, with Terri Steel

9th: Pikesville Speaker Series, Baltimore County Library, 2:30 pm
11/12th: Carlow University, Pittsburgh, PA 
17th: Fountain Bookstore, Raleigh, VA, 7:30 pm

6thPenn Book Center, w/Don Lee, Philadelphia PA, 7 pm
10th: Towson University, Baltimore Writers Conference, 11:30 am – 2:30 pm
10th: Church of the Redeemer, w/Laura Lippman, Baltimore MD, 7 pm, more info
13th: Booklab, Boston’s literary salon. For details, email
17th: Jewish Variety Hour, w/Jessica Anya Blau, Ivy Bookshop, 6 pm 
27th: Reading and signing at East City Books, near Eastern Market in Washington DC.

6th: Ruins of Glen Rock Park Launch Party, with musical guests Vinyl Souls, 2:30-5:30, more info
8th: Official Launch, Ivy Bookshop, Baltimore MD, 7 pm
12th: Second Friday Reading Series, Rappahannock County Library, Washington VA, 8 pm
13th: Politics and Prose Union Market, w/Joyce Abell, Washington DC, 6 pm
15th: BookPeople, Austin TX, 7 pm
22nd: Ocean Township, NJ signing at Sandye's mom's, contact me for address
23rd: McNally Jackson, w/Michele Filgate, NY NY, 7 pm
25th: Day of the Dead Party/Bookwarming, University of Baltimore Student Ctr, Bogolmony Room, 7 pm
28th: Texas Book Festival, Capitol Extension 2.102, 11:30 am

28th: Weekly Reader Live, Baltimore Book Festival, 5 pm
30th: Baltimore Book of the Dead Pre-release Party, Baltimore Book Festival, 5pm

JUNE 2018
6th - 12th: I'll be teaching at The Writers' Hotel conference in NYC.

APRIL 2018
5th - 7th: I'll be teaching and reading at the Erma Bombeck Writer's Conference in Dayton, Ohio.
13th: Introducing Joyce Abell, author of Prickly Roses, at Ivy Bookshop. 7 pm. Info here.
14th: New Releases panel at CityLit Festival which runs 9:00am - 5:30pm at the UB Business Center, 11 W. Mt. Royal Avenue.
18th: Speaker at Baltimore Light City's Edulab. Columbus Center, 701 E. Pratt St., Baltimore. Event info here.
28th: Memoir workshop in Austin, Texas. 9 am - 3 pm; limit 12 students. Sponsored by Details here. SOLD OUT.
29th: Reading with Sarah Bird and others at NextTribe OutLoud in Dripping Springs, Texas. Tickets here.

8th: In conversation with Timmy Reed, author of Kill Me Now, at Bird in Hand. 7 pm

9th: Tracy Beth Richardson returns to Mortified in Baltimore, Ideal Art Space in Hampden, 8 pm

: Baltimore Writers Conference, Towson University, info here

: Harrisburg Book Festival, Book Reviewing Panel with Susan Coll and Bethanne Patrick, info here
21st: Louisville Literary Arts Writers Block Festival, Louisville, KY, info here

: Mortified Brooklyn, Tickets and info here.
22nd: Mortified Brooklyn, Tickets and info here.
24th: Baltimore Book Festival, on stage with Lily Tuck and Tim Murphy

JULY 2017
22nd: Another appearance with Mortified, at Kennedy Center. Tickets and info here.
25th: In conversation with Roz Warren at the Pratt. Information here.

JUNE 2017
9th: Rockland Business Women's Network Keynote Speech, Suffern NY, more info here.
14th, 17th: I appear in Mortified, a stage show in which people read diaries and other artifacts of their youth. I'll be presenting the poetry of Tracy Beth Richardson, my pen name at age 10. Tickets here for Baltimore show at Ideal Art Space; in DC at Town. More info at

APRIL 2017
: CityLit Festival at the University of Baltimore; moderating a panel with Suzanne Feldman, Rion Amilcar Scott, and Elise Levine on "Dangerous Places: The Role of Setting in Fiction," 11 a.m., Business Center 221

MAY 2017
19 -21st: Writing Workshop for The Sun, Little Switzerland, NC. Retreat details, including how to apply for a scholarship, are here.

10th: At AWP Conference in Washington, D.C., "The Vein of Jade", 9:00-10:15, Marriott Marquis Level 4

13-14th: Guest lecturer, Carlow University Low Residency MFA

: Reading in the Unicorn Pizza Series at The Room, 800 St. Paul, Tuesday 11/22 at 6:30 pm

: University of Baltimore Faculty Reading, Student Center, Bogolmony Room (5th floor), 7 pm
30th: In conversation with Nancy Davidoff Kelton, author of Finding Mr. Rightstein, The Ivy, 6080 Falls Road, Baltimore, 5 pm

JULY 2016
: Book Club Visit, Evergreen Book Club in Baltimore.

JUNE 2016
: Book Club Visit: Lotus Kitchen in Solomons, MD 20688, 6:30 pm

MAY 2016
: My storytelling students perform! Wright Theater, UB Student Center, 21 W. Mount Royal, Thursday May 5, 6 pm 
12th: Reading for Skelter magazine, student lit mag of UB, Student Center, 7 pm
17th: Reading with Jessica Blau, for Crush anthology, Ivy Bookstore, Baltimore, 7 pm

APRIL 2016
19th: Reading at launch for Crush anthology, 6th and I Synagogue, Washington D.C., 7 pm

MARCH 2016
: Writer in Residence, Galveston, TX, sponsored by Congregation B’nai Israel, with events open to the public

: Teaching at Carlow University’s low-residency MFA, Pittsburgh, PA, 9am - 1 pm

15: Baltimore Writer’s Conference, panel on Women in Publishing with Elissa Schappell, Towson University, 10:30 am

: Teaching at Words on Water, an overnight writer's retreat at Kent Manor on the Chesapeake Bay. 

26/27: Appearances at the Baltimore Book Festival at Rash Field in the Inner Harbor:
•Talking with Bill Clegg on Saturday at 3 in the Ivy Bookstore tent.
•Talking with Joanna Rakoff and Cheryl Della Pietra on Sunday at 2 on the Inner Harbor stage.
•Reading at the New Mercury event on the City Lit stage Sunday at 4.

5th: Reading at Petworth Citizen, Washington DC, 7 pm
20th: Personal essay workshop, Austin Public Library, Oak Hill Branch, 6:30 - 8:00 PM

JULY 2015
9th: Reading at the Ivy Bookshop with Lisa Gornick, 7 pm

JUNE 2015
17th: Introducing Jamie Brickhouse at the Ivy Bookshop, Baltimore, 7 pm

MAY 2015
23rd: Storytelling Happy Hour with Jessica Anya Blau for 826DC, at Petworth Citizen Reading Room, 29 Upshur St., Washington DC, 4 - 6 pm

APRIL 2015
16th: Introducing Lily King at the Ivy Bookshop, Baltimore, 7 pm

2nd: Roland Park Country School Kaleidoscope, with Jessica Blau and Jim Magruder, 7 pm
11th: Baltimore LED Haiku Project Reading, The Crown, 1910 N. Charles, 6-9 pm

18th: Reading, Frostburg State College, Frostburg MD. Local blog coverage.

7th: Widows at the Ivy, Ivy Bookshop, Baltimore, 7 pm
The genius writers Marian Fontana of Brooklyn and Abigail Thomas of Woodstock are joining me at the Ivy Bookshop to talk about our books on being widowed. Despite losing her firefighter husband on 9/11, Marian Fontana remains one of the funniest people alive and Abby Thomas, who has outlived more than one really nice guy, is my guru in all matters of importance. So this won't be your ordinary night with three widowed ladies.

22nd: MFA Faculty Reading, University of Baltimore Student Center, 5th floor, 7 pm
26th: Baltimore Book Festival at the Inner Harbor. Appearing at "Baltimore Bestsellers" events at 4 pm and 5 pm; Ivy Bookshop tent.

JULY 2014
17th: Shebooks Shebang, BookWoman, Austin, TX, 7 pm
24th-27th: Frostburg Center for Creative Writing, Nightsun Conference

JUNE 2014
1st: The Writers Center, Bethesda, MD, Reading with Janice Gary, 2 pm
3rdDead Baltimore Authors reading, Enoch Pratt Library, Baltimore, 6:30

MAY 2014
7th: Storytelling Slam by my UB students, Wright Theater, Student Center, University of Baltimore, 7 pm.

APRIL 2014
4th: Personal Essay Intensive workshop at Woodstock Writer's Festival, Woodstock, NY.
5th: Stoop Storytelling, "It's Complicated: The Joys and Oys of Jewish Life," Bolton Street Synagogue, Baltimore, MD, 7 pm. Audio here.
23rd: Frederick Community College, Talk: Rules for the Unruly, 9:30 am
Feedback on reading at Frederick Community College:
• "Marion Winik was everything we had hoped for and so much more! Her Rules for the Unruly and advise to our students on living an UNCONVENTIONAL life resonated with the entire audience. Through the sharing of her life's experiences and her epiphanies along the way, she sent one of the most profound messages of encouragement, hope, humor, and celebration to our audience. I was so impressed with Marion's message that I purchased 30 of her books and have given them all as gifts! We will absolutely have her back! Her energy, spirit, and message are food for the soul!" –Jeanni Winston-Muir, Dean, Frederick Community College
• A student reaction to the talk in this blog post.
24th: Reading at the Old Stone House in a show called Funny Pages curated by Marian Fontana. $5, 8 pm
26th: Maryland Writers Association, Linthicum Conference Center, Talk: The Ethics of Memoir, 9:15 am

MARCH 2014
4th: Faculty Scholarship Day, University of Baltimore, Learning Commons, 11 am

27th: Through March 1, at AWP conference in Seattle. Friday panel with The Sun and Saturday morning panel on publicity.

14th: Litmore, Panel discussion with Jessica Anya Blau and B. Morrison, 1702 South Road, Baltimore, MD, 7 pm
17th: Reading and workshop on performance, Carlow University, Pittsburgh, PA, 9 am
30th: Geneva Writers Conference, Geneva, Switzerland, through Feb 2

5th: Owings Mills, MD, JCC of Greater Baltimore, Book Talk, 7 - 8:30 pm
8th: Rappahannock, VA, Rappahannock Public Library, Reading/signing Highs, 7 pm
16th: Baltimore Writers Conference, Towson University, non-fiction craft workshop

: 510 Reading Series, Minás Gallery, 815 West 36th, Baltimore, 5 pm
26/27th: Austin, TX, Texas Book Festival

23rd: University of Baltimore Student Center, Bookwarming for Highs, 7 pm
28th: Baltimore Book Festival, Enoch Pratt Library Tent, Reading/signing Highs, 1:30 - 3 pm

2nd: Huntington, NY, Book Revue, Reading/signing Highs, 7 pm
4th: Westborough, MA, Tatnuck Books, Reading/signing Highs, 1 - 3 pm
6th: Mystic, CT, Bank Square Books, Luncheon for Highs, 12 - 1:30 pm
: Brookline, MA, Brookline Booksmith, Reading/signing Highs, 7 pm
8th: Featherstone Center for the Arts, Martha's Vineyard, MA, Benefit for Family Planning, 4:30 - 6
10th: Woodstock, NY, The Golden Notebook, Reading/signing Highs, 5 pm

JULY 2013
10th: Austin, TX, BookPeople, Reading/signing Highs, 7 pm
11th: San Antonio, TX, The Twig Bookstore, Reading/signing Highs, 5
13th: Austin, TX, Bookwoman, Reading/signing Highs, 4:30 - 6:30 pm
18th: Washington, DC, Panel discussion at Sixth and I with Ophira Eisenberg and Susan McCarthy, 7 pm
21st: York, PA, The Holy Hound Taproom, Release Party for Highs, with music by 27 Lights, 4 - 7 pm
28th: Asbury Park, NJ, Words!, Reading/signing Highs, 2 - 4 pm

JUNE 2013
12th: Interview about Highs, WYPR with Tom Hall, Maryland Morning, 11 am (Here's the Tom Hall podcast, and here's the Lisa Morgan podcast.)
14th: Highs release party, with Jessica Anya Blau, Ivy Bookshop, Baltimore, 6080 Falls Rd., 7 pm, RSVP
29th: Washington, DC, Politics and Prose, Reading/signing Highs, 1 pm

MAY 2013
6th: Reading for Welter Magazine, University of Baltimore Student Center, Bogolmony Room, 7 pm.
30th: Signing Highs at BEA, Javits Center, New York, NY, 10 am

APRIL 2013
: Teaching at Woodstock Writer's Festival – a small, day-long workshop in a beautiful private home. Class will fill up so act soon.

MARCH 2013
9th: Reading with The Sun magazine at AWP in Boston. 7 pm, Brookline Booksmith, 279 Harvard Street. More info here.

10th: Appearing at St. Mark's School in Dallas with Billy Collins and others
12th: Speaking at Carlow University MFA Residency, Pittsburgh, PA
18th: Speaking at Goucher University MFA Residency, Baltimore MD

: University of Baltimore MFA Faculty Reading. UB Student Center, Bogolmony Room, 7 pm

: Greektown Literature Series, Ikaros Restaurant, Baltimore, MD, 7 pm

: Baltimore Book Festival, "New Work Across Genres," reading with other Baltimore writers. CityLit stage, 1 pm

APRIL 2012
20th: MW will offer small, one-day personal essay workshop at the Woodstock Writers Festival. This festival is so much fun.

MARCH 2012
1st/2nd: MW on two panels at the Chicago meeting of the AWP, noon Thursday and noon Friday. 
8th: Master class, 3 pm, and public reading, 7 pm, George Mason University, Alexandria, VA.

3rd: Reading, York College, in the art gallery, York, PA, 5 pm
12th: Nonfiction Crits, Baltimore Writers Conference, Towson University
18th: Reading, Roland Park Elementary School, Evening with the Arts, 7 pm

: Performance, "No Ordinary Person," RAAC Theater, Little Washington, Virginia -- an evening of dramatic monologues.

: Reading, Artichoke Haircut Series at Dionysus, 8 E. Preston, Baltimore, 8:30 pm

JUNE 2011
: Appearing with other local nonfiction writers in the New Mercury Reading Series, The Wind-Up Space

MAY 2011
: Reading, Welter magazine, 5th floor UB Student Center, 7 pm
19th: An Evening with Marion Winik at the Ivy Bookshop, 6080 Falls Rd, Baltimore. Reading at 6:30, signing to follow. All titles available so you can fill in your collection.

APRIL 2011
9th: Woodstock Writers Festival, Memoir Panel with Nick Flynn, Shalom Auslander and Martha Frankel, 8 pm. Complete schedule and festival passes at

MARCH 2011
: Poets in Preston Gardens, Lunchtime reading series hosted by Cyclops Books' Andy Rubin. With my UB student Timmy Reed and Magda Phillips. 12-1 pm. St Paul at Pleasant, across from Mercy.

21st: MFA Faculty Reading, University of Baltimore Student Center

17th: Storytelling at O Little Town of Baltimore, live radio variety show at Centerstage, Baltimore, 8 pm. Tickets at

14th: Greenmount School Sunday Book Group (members only)
20th: Baltimore Writers Conference, panel discussion, 4 PM
22nd: Brown University, Providence, RI, reading, 6:30 pm

10th: Earth Project Reading, University of Baltimore Student Center, 5th floor, 1 pm

APRIL 2010
: Elizabethville Area Library, Elizabethville, PA, 3 pm, reading.
15th: 6 - 7:30 pm, Memoir Workshop, Roland Park Country School,
24th: lecture, "The Ethics of Memoir," Maryland Writers Association Conference, Baltimore Hunt Valley Marriott, 10:45 - 11:45 am.

MARCH 2010
7 pm, Reading, Random House Book Fair, Carroll County College, 1601 Washington Road, Westminster, MD,
10th: 7:30 pm, MFA Faculty Reading, with Jane Delury, Dudley Clendenin, Kendra Kopelke, Steve Matanle and Valzhyna Mort. University of Baltimore Student Center, Bogomolny Room, 5th floor. More info.

: 1 pm, Memoir Panel, Woodstock Writer's Festival, Woodstock, NY. Come see Marion, Susan Orlean, Dani Shapiro, Julie Powell, Abigail Thomas and the great Martha Frankel at the Woodstock Writers Festival on Valentines Day weekend. Register at

: Barnes and Noble Towson, MD, 4:30-5:30, reading to benefit Roland Park Public School.

Baltimore Brown Alumni Book Club, 7:30, discussion of First Comes Love and Glen Rock Book of the Dead, at the home of Sandy and Dave Durfee. Write the hosts at durfs [at] for information.

: Franklin and Marshall, Lancaster, PA, craft talk, 4:30; reading, 8 pm; Philadelphia Alumni Writers House.
27th: Baltimore Book Festival, CityLit Stage, noon, reading and panel about writing essays for publication.

MAY 2009
24th: Austin, Texas, Bookwoman
Retrospective reading 1979 - 2009; poems - essays - stories
3 pm,, 512 472-2785

APRIL 2009
25th: L.A. Times Festival of Books, panel with Ericka Schickel,
Rachel Resnice, and more, UCLA campus

MARCH 2009
8th: The Mortuary, New Orleans, Louisiana, 5 pm
21st: The 510 series, Minas Gallery, 815 W. 36th, Baltimore, MD, 5

13th: Rappahannock City Public Library, Rappahannock, VA, reading
and signing.
21st: Reading in the 510 series, Minas Gallery, 815 W. 36th,
Baltimore, MD, 5 pm.

7th: Busboys and Poets, 14th and V, Washington D.C, 6:30 - 8:00

9th: Philadelphia Free Library, 7:30pm, reading and signing
10th: Reading in the Happy Ending series, 302 Broome Street in
Soho, New York City, 8 pm.
14th, 3 - 5 pm, a hometown reading, signing and reception at the
Asbury Galleria on the Asbury Park, NJ boardwalk, caddy-corner from
The Stone Pony in the Third Avenue Pavillion. 732/455-3240.

1st: Texas Book Festival, 1-2, room E1.004 of the Texas State
Capitol. Moderating a panel with Marie Brenner, Doug Dorst and Mark
2nd: Texas Book Festival, 1-1:45pm, room E2.012 of the Texas State
Capitol. With NPR reporter John Burnett.
6th: Borders, Lancaster, PA, 7 pm
8th: Borders, Reading, PA. 2 pm
9th: Borders, Harrisburg PA, 2 pm
11th: Borders, York, PA, 7 pm
14th: Dickinson College, Stern Center, Great Room, reading at 4:30
pm, book sales by Whistlestop Books
15th: Borders, Camp Hill, PA, 2 pm
20th: University of Baltimore, 7 pm, Student Center, Multipurpose
Room, book party!
24th: Maryland Writers Association, 7 pm, Ukazoo Books, Towson,

: De Sales University, Quakertown, PA, 7 pm
4th: York Women’s Show, 3 pm, York Expo Center, reading and signing
16th: College of Notre Dame, Baltimore, 7 pm, reading and signing
26th: Official release party at Glen Rock Mill Inn, Glen Rock, PA,
4-6 pm

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