Smile Hon, You're in Baltimore #11

Smile Hon, You're in Baltimore #11

by Willam P. Tandy

From the harbor to the hills, the submission-based Smile Hon, You're in Baltimore! collects tales of those on whom Mobtown has left her indelible mark: polished, professional essays; barroom sermons delivered from the sanctity of a favorite stool; the poet's fleeting sentiment captured in both word and snapshot--a slice of Baltimore as told by Baltimore, presented with the time honored DIY accessibility of a limited-run, handcrafted zine.

In this issue, Siobhan Fitzpatrick plants petunias in Pigtown; Lisa Singer's anger management reserves the right to refuse service; Sommer Marsden leads the way into temptation; Caryn Coyle turns heads; and Pippy Rockwell considers the sociopolitical ramifications of sex-toy selection, plus a whole lot more.



“If you like independent literary journals, geographical writing, or Baltimore, I'd recommend this.”


“Last year this Baltimore writing compilation zine did an all-crime issue that was killer, and the new issue is almost as good. And interestingly enough, apparently it’s darn near impossible to tell a book full of Charm City stories without mentioning numerous crimes and misdemeanors.”