University of Maryland professor says lessons should be learned from Pill City.
The longtime writer discusses her new novel, The Summer She Was Under Water.
Hophead Harry explains the process and science behind brewing beer.
The D.C. author talks about his latest book on Thurgood Marshall.
The author of Star-Spangled Banner: The Unlikely Story of America’s National Anthem talks about the anthem’s legacy and future.
The Girl Who Came Back & The White Rail
Forgotten Sundays by Gerry Sandusky and Plug Ugly Ball: A Mobtown Tale of Bullies & Baseball by John Thomas Everett
Brooks by Doug Wilson and Gilbert Byron: A Life Worth Examining by Jacques T. Baker Jr.
This year's event relocated due to construction in Mt. Vernon.
Wondrous Beauty by Carol Berkin, Medusa’s Daughter by Jonathon Scott Fuqua/Steven Parke and His Wife Leaves Him by Stephen Dixon
Hometown Pride? Elizabeth Patterson Bonaparte was incredibly dismissive of her hometown. Did she ever say anything positive about the city?
Tales from the Holy Land by Rafael Alvarez, Unruly Catholic Women Writers Edited by Jeana DelRosso, Leigh Eicke & Ana Kothe and Gentlemen of the Harbor by Captain Bill Eggert
What makes Baltimore so appealing as a setting for fiction?
Someone by Alice McDermott and James McHenry Forgotten Federalist by Karen E. Robins
Our interview with Elaine Eff, author of 'The Painted Screens of Baltimore: An Urban Folk Art Revealed'
Long before writing Young Thurgood, Larry Gibson broke down Baltimore’s political barriers.
125 years after the Enoch Pratt Free Library opened, the egalitarian mission of its founder remains.
Towson author is the unassuming bestseller next door.
Bakery owner Warren Brown whips up a new cookbook.