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January 09, 2009


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Heather J.

And for those readers in the Baltimore, Maryland area, Baltimore is celebrating with a year-long Poe festival. All the details can be found here:


I JUST NOW, read something that said his birthday is Jan 19. So does wikipedia... I don't think you've missed it yet!


good news, thanks!


One of my favorite books will always be SHE'S COME UNDONE! I was thrilled when THE HOUR I FIRST BELIEVED was in my hands. Happy Birthday, Mr. Lamb!

I hope to have you on my 3 day old website (Jan. 9) some day in the future when my baby site grows up!

Dave at Read Street

Indeed, it's the 19th. At The Baltimore Sun's Read Street blog, we'll be marking the anniversary with a week of guest posts about Poe's long-lasting impact. Included are actor John Astin and authors Marilynne Robinson, Stuart Kaminsky and Charles Todd. Hope you can stop by.


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