Virtual Event with John Adam Wasowicz

John Adam Wasowicz, author of Jones Point, and Derek McGinty, veteran news anchor and voice of the Jones Point audiobook, will appear live for a virtual event hosted by One More Page Books and radio station WPFW. Wasowicz and McGinty will talk about the production of the Jones Point audiobook, while actors from Avant Bard will talk about the role of actors in audiobook creation. Those who purchase the book during the event will receive a free audio book. All proceeds from the event will go toward supporting the radio, theatre, and the bookstore.

Mark your calendars for:
April 1, 7 – 8 pm
Stream at WPFW FM

Read more at One Page Books.

The Winner of the 2020 Wicked Woman Prize

BrickHouse Books is delighted to announce that Sheila Squillante has won the 2020 Wicked Woman Prize for her manuscript, Mostly Human. A book release and two readings are scheduled, one at the Arts Club of Washington and one at the Pratt Library in Baltimore, which will feature contest judge Katherine Young. Congratulations Sheila!

Carrie Conners Presenting on Panel on March 13

Carrie Conners, author of Luscious Struggle, will be appearing at the 43rd Annual Appalachian Studies Conference at the University of Kentucky in Lexington. Carrie will be presenting on the panel “Appalachian Understories, Diversity and Resilience: Readings from the Anthology of Appalachian Writers, Karen Spears Zacharias Volume XI” on March 13th at 3:30pm. To learn more about the conference, visit the Appalachian Studies Association’s website

Local Poetry Reading at Kensington Row Bookshop

Our friends at the Kensington Row Bookshop are holding a poetry reading with poets David Ebenbach and Dana Roeser. Join them this Wednesday for this free event!

Wednesday, February 26, 7pm
Kensington Row Bookshop
3786 Howard Ave
Kensington, MD 20895

Event Arranged by Judith McCombs; M.C. Mary Sesso

Featuring David Ebenbach (davidebenbach.com) and Dana Roeser (danaroeser.com).

Love and Kumquats in The South Carolina Review

A scholarly review of Kathi Wolfe’s recent BrickHouse Books release, Love and Kumquats, was recently published in the Spring 2020 issue of The South Carolina Review.

“Toward a Queer/Blind Poetics: Kathi Wolfe’s Love and Kumquats” by Preston Taylor Stone is available through Clemson University’s English department or via a subscription at your local library or academic institution.  You can also download a copy of the review below.


Preston Taylor Stone, “Toward a Queer/Blind Poetics: Kathi Wolfe’s Love and Kumquats” in The South Carolina Review, Volume 52.2, Spring 2020, pages 141-143, https://blogs.clemson.edu/southcarolinareview/2020/02/20/the-south-carolina-review-volume-52-2-spring-2019/.

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