In Mike Maggio’s new collection of short stories, Letters from Inside, bizarre things happen to ordinary people. “M,” while crossing Washington’s Key Bridge, finds himself unwittingly at the center of a scandal that sweeps the city.
In one of the last readings of the evening, in the shade of the Capitol Hill Books patio, Monica Prince picked up her book, and read from her poem,
This past month, the Westmoreland Congregational Church hosted “Visions of Home: An Afternoon of Palestinian Poetry and Art.”
When you start reading Maryland native Rion Amilcar Scott’s new short story collection, The World Doesn’t Require You, you realize, almost from the first page, that this is something special.