MARYLANDIA

Books by local authors or of and/or about the Baltimore and Maryland-area.

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  1. Nobody Rides for Free

    Nobody Rides for Free: A Hitchhiker's Memoir

    $19.99

    Come hitchhike with Peter Bowers, a twentysomething survivor of a strict religious upbringing as he embarks on an eye-opening adventure that takes him from Baltimore, Maryland to the west coast and back in the late 1970s. Learn More
  2. Our Kingdom Of Dust

    Our Kingdom Of Dust

    $14.95

    A modern fairy tale from Leonard Kinsey, bestselling author of The Dark Side of Disney. Learn More
  3. Redlines

    REDLINES: Baltimore 2028 - An Anthology Of Speculative Fiction

    $15.00

    Jason Harris has gathered some of Baltimore's most talented writers to tackle the idea of imagining Baltimore in the near future. Learn More
  4. Remington

    Remington: The History of a Baltimore Neighborhood

    $19.99

    The North Baltimore neighborhood of Remington has a proud and industrious history. Learn More
  5. Smile, Hon, You're In Baltimore! Theme Issue Gift Pack

    Smile, Hon, You're In Baltimore! A Theme Issue Gift Pack

    Regular Price: $12.00

    Special Price: $10.00

    Poop, Sex, and Tattoos. Learn More
  6. Teaching in the Terrordome

    Teaching in the Terrordome: Two Years in West Baltimore with Teach for America

    $19.95

    Only 50 percent of kids growing up in poverty will earn a high school diploma. Just one in ten will graduate college. Compelled by these troubling statistics, Heather Kirn Lanier joined Teach For America (TFA), a program that thrusts eager but inexperienced college graduates into America’s most impoverished areas to teach, asking them to do whatever is necessary to catch their disadvantaged kids up to the rest of the nation. Learn More
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    Tears In My Eyes: The Kenny Hamber Story

    $15.00

    Kenny Hamber was born in Baltimore in 1943. Growing up in the projects there, he was strongly drawn to singing (much more so than to general education). After embarking on a musical journey as a member of a vocal harmony group, he struck out on his own as a solo singer just as soul music's golden age was dawning. Learn More
  8. The Corner

    The Corner: A Year In The Life Of An Inner-City Neighborhood

    $16.95

    The crime-infested intersection of West Fayette and Monroe Streets is well-known - and cautiously avoided - by most of Baltimore. Learn More
  9. The Dark Side Of Disney

    The Dark Side Of Disney

    $14.95

    Utterly Unauthorized Tips, Tricks And Scams For Your WDW Vacation. Learn More
  10. The Most Dangerous Thing (paperback edition)

    The Most Dangerous Thing

    $14.99

    Some secrets can’t be kept . . . . Learn More

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