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Local author Patricia Schultheis examines the lives of the families living on a well-to-do fictional Baltimore street.
Winner of the 2015 award for fiction from the Washington Writers' Publishing House, St. Bart's Way examines the lives of the families living on a well-to-do fictional Baltimore street. In lyrical prose, this collection explores the values held by those families and the assumptions those families hold about their place in society. Beginning with a single morally destructive act leading to the development of the community surrounding St. Bart's Way, these thirteen stories open the doors to gracious homes and expose the inner struggles of the characters ranging from a Holocaust survivor to a seventy-some-year-old woman whose dream of her own mother drives her to revisit her childhood home.
Patricia Schultheis is the author of Baltimore's Lexington Market, published in 2007 by Arcadia Publishing. Her short stories and essays have won several awards and have appeared in numerous publications, including The Sycamore Review, Potpourri and The Alaska Quarterly Review. She also teaches in the Odyssey Program at Johns Hopkins University.
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Saturday, March 12, 2016 - 1:00pm