Reading at Poe House
I’ll be reading at the Edgar Allan Poe House in Baltimore Sunday, August 9, at 2 p.m. as part of the Poe House Presents Author Series.
I plan to read The Visionary, a story Poe wrote while he was living at 203 Amity Street. I’ll also be reading from my own work…but I don’t know what yet. I may read from the ghost story inspired by my long hours volunteering at the house, or I may read from one of the two books I’ve published—or I just may read from one of my other works in progress.
I took part in the program last December and had a wonderful time. I read Poe’s very first published story, also written at this house, MS. Found in a Bottle to a full house — now remember, the rooms at the Poe House are small. I also read a short story I’ve written an introduction to my Poe ghost novel, which is also now on sale at the Poe House.
Admission to the house is $8 for adults, less for students and military personnel. I suggest you come early for the reading. Once the room is full, the fire marshal won’t let us cram anyone else in.