Occupational Hazards (Smile, Hon, You're In Baltimore!)

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From Desert Storm to dope deals gone bad, 32 writers, poets, and photographers share their hard-won wisdom of the working world in Occupational Hazards, the latest themed issue in the critically acclaimed Smile, Hon, You’re in Baltimore! series from Eight-Stone Press.

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In Occupational Hazards – the 27th installment in the Smile, Hon series – LISA WISEMAN has it her way with her former fast food career; one-time Tupperware® salesman DON CLARK, JR. unseals the gender barrier; FERNANDO QUIJANO III tries his hand at drug-dealing; and EARL CROWN reports from the dark heart of the sub-prime mortgage industry, plus a whole lot more. Contributors include:
  • Rafael Alvarez
  • A. Aubrey Bodine
  • D.R. Belz
  • Davida Gypsy Breier
  • Don Clark, Jr.
  • Rufus Cletus-Clacktus
  • Wayne Countryman
  • Caryn Coyle
  • Earl Crown
  • E. Doyle-Gillespie
  • Matthew Falk
  • S.J. Ferrandi
  • Kate Gillespie
  • Bruce Goldfarb
  • Eric D. Goodman
  • Anthony C. Hayes
  • J. Gavin Heck
  • Joe Higler
  • Bill Hughes
  • Kat Malone
  • Holly Morse-Ellington
  • OTHERdrawlings
  • Fernando Quijano III
  • Ben Shaberman
  • Jeffrey L. Shipley
  • Dee Smith
  • Cecilia Strakna
  • Norris Tally
  • William P. Tandy
  • Tim Ward
  • Gregg Wilhelm
  • Lisa Wiseman
  • Additional Information

    Author William P. Tandy (editor)
    Publisher Eight-Stone Press
    Page Count 68p
    Publication Size 5.5 x 8.5
    Publication Notes saddle-stitched, bw
    Publication Date September 2013
    ISBN n/a

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