"Stardust" featured at Ocean City Film Festival

Brent Lewis, author of Stardust by the Bushel: Hollywood and the Chesapeake Bay's Eastern Shore, will chair a panel on Hollywood and Delmarva on Friday, March 4, at this year's Ocean City Film Festival. Featured along with Brent on the panel are: Jack Gerbes (Director of the Maryland Film Office) Matt & Monique Klosowski and their dog Sayuri (Brandy from Once Upon a Time in Hollywood) Timothy Kearns (whose father, the inventor of the intermittent windshield wiper, was portrayed by actor Greg Kinnear in the film Flash of Genius)  The roundtable session will be held in the Ocean City Center for the Arts, 502 94th Street,...

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Winners named in "Year's Best Dog Stories" contest

Twenty-seven writers from twelve states and four countries have been honored with inclusion in the forthcoming book-length anthology, The Year’s Best Dog Stories 2021. The new anthology is a joint project of Secant Publishing in Salisbury and The Greyhound – An Indie Bookstore, in Berlin, Maryland. The book will be available on all major retail channels. It can be ordered online from Secant Publishing at or purchased in-store at The Greyhound, which will host an October 23 launch and signing from 11 am - 2 pm. The all-original stories in the new book run the gamut from humor to tragedy,...

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A twist on Delaware history from Lewes author

Experience turn-of-the-last-century Lewes in a way you've never imagined. Some of it is true - and the rest of it might be. Who's to say for sure? Lewes rocket scientist and science fiction author Jack Clemons gives us a Wild West thriller with an alternate history twist in The Outliers. Taking advantage of known gaps in the historical record, he imagines a familiar cast of characters transplanted to the East Coast, with a breakwater construction project underway and federal funds flowing into a sleepy town. A visiting U.S. marshal and a charming ne'er do well are mysteriously at loggerheads with each other, with an innocent Nanticoke Indian youth named Sonny...

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Easton author narrates his award-winning novel

William Peak, known as the "Library Guy" for his many years of directing communications for the Talbot County Free Library, has narrated his own award-winning historical novel, The Oblate's Confession.

Professionally edited and produced by a sound engineer, the unabridged script comes in at 14 hours 19 minutes. It is available on multiple platforms including Authors Direct.

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Internet conspiracy book debuts in Berlin on June 5

Eastern Shore journalist and podcaster Tony Russo will read and sign copies of his new book, Dragged Into the Light, at the book’s launch event from 11 a.m.-2 p.m. Saturday, June 5 at The Greyhound Bookstore in Berlin. 

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