It was a special treat to stop in the Poe House Museum in Baltimore, MD last week and see my poetry book The Man with the Ice Blue Eyes in their gift shop. And so I hear…”It was many and many a year ago in a kingdom by the sea, that a maiden there lived whom you may know by the name of Annabel Lee; and this maiden she lived with no other thought than to love and be loved by me” The brilliant Mr. Poe..my poetic inspiration.
Thank you to the Barnes & Noble Inner Harbor Baltimore for hosting my book event The Nameless and the Faceless of the Civil War! Loved every minute see you next year!
Thank you to the National Media Connection for the opportunity to appear in National Television Commercial -The Alliance Insurance. Look for nationwide viewing next month!
STAY TUNED IN! THURSDAY JULY 12 WTNH -CHANNEL 8 GOOD MORNING CT (9:00-10:00) ! INTERVIEW FOR MY NAME IS JOHN SINGER!
THANK YOU GOOD MORNING CT! AND CT LOVES JOHN SINGER!!
Thank you Michael Walsh, reporter for the Hartford Courant on the wonderful May 10, 2018 article on my new Poetry/Essay book The Nameless and the Faceless of the Civil War!
So pleased to announce a book signing for my new Poetry/Essay book The Nameless and the Faceless of the Civil War at the Barnes and Noble located at the Inner Harbor, Baltimore MD August 11, from 3:00-6:00! Great venue thanks for having me back!!!
The most exciting news! I have been invited to speak at the Dr. Samuel A. Mudd Museum in Waldorf, MD July 15, 2018! This event will be based on the Spring/Summer 2018 article published in the Dr. Samuel A. Mudd newsletter (John Wilkes Booth, the Son, Brother, Uncle and Actor) as well as in the May 2018 issue of the Surratt Courier!
Pick up your copy today! Available now on Amazon.com and Barnes and Noble and major retailers! I will be reading 3 poems from the book that relate to John Wilkes Booth at the end of my presentation at the Dr. Samuel A Mudd Museum on Sunday July 15! The presentation is on John Wilkes Booth, the son, brother, uncle and actor!
Thank you Valley Press for the great article on The Nameless and the Faceless of the Civil War
The Surratt Courier (published monthly by the Surratt Society & The Maryland-National Capital Park & Planning Commission) will publish my article on ‘John Wilkes Booth, the son, brother, uncle and actor,’ in the May 2018 newsletter!