Smile, Hon, You're in Baltimore! #7
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Introduction by William P. Tandy page 3
Adventures in House-Hunting by Benn Ray page 8
The City of Fatherly Love by William P. Tandy page 13
Snake-Charmer by Amy Lynwander page 14
Smaller Fractions by Ryan McElroy page 16
Confessions of a Techno-Junkie by George Martsoukos page 18
Postcard from the Edge of Town by Donny Smith page 21
Plan 9 from Baltimore by William P. Tandy page 22
Last Night I Met Miss Soft Crab 1945 by Jen Sanford page 32
Who is Drunk Throat? by Dan Reed page 35
Greetings from the Gastronomical Capital of the Universe by Dan Taylor page 36
Broadway and Fleet by Ryan McElroy page 40
The Problem with Wayne by Benn Ray page 41
Bottled Spirits by William P. Tandy page 45
About the Authors page 48
Notes page 51
Reasons to Smile page 52
Call for Submissions page 52
Outside of Conrad, Walker and I, the subway car was empty, save
for the lone rider at the tail end who from time to time turned around in his
aft-facing seat to eye us with friendly suspicion.
The mans card says it all:
Conrad Brooks, Movie Star
And more than 50 years after he and his late brother Henry left
their native Baltimore to pursue Hollywood dreams, Conrad Brooks is still
making movies in much the same way he did when he teamed up with director
Edward D. Wood, Jr., in the late-1950s for Woods notoriously slapdash
opus, regarded by many to be the worst movie ever made.
Copyright 2005 by William P. Tandy
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