We are proud to issue two new editions by award-winning Eastern Shore author Barbara Lockhart, with a publication date of July 4 - Independence Day.

Elizabeth's Field tells a heart-wrenching story of free Blacks in Dorchester County and the injustices they were still vulnerable to in the 1850s - at a time when Harriet Tubman, born on the same soil, was earning her undying fame by smuggling scores of slaves north to freedom on the Underground Railroad.

Collected Stories is a new, expanded anthology of Lockhart's critically acclaimed short fiction. It adds five new stories to her previous collection The Night Is Young  (a finalist in the National Indie Excellence Awards). The long, complex history of the Eastern Shore is backgrounded in these lyrically rendered stories of husbands and wives, parents and children, time lost and time recaptured, through memory and art.
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