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The Anniversary Edition

from Eugene L. Meyer, ASJA Magazine

It's a good thing that I don't have to make my living writing books. Nonetheless, I am the author of two (both un-agented) and a card-carrying member of the Authors Guild, as well as of ASJA. The truth is I spent most of my career as a staff writer/reporter/editor at The Washington Post. For much of that time, my beat was Maryland, and my greatest goal was to become the Charles Kuralt of the state dubbed "America in Miniature." My assignments, many of them self-generated, took me from the Eastern Shore of Chesapeake Bay to the Appalachian Mountains of western Maryland. Out of these travels came my first book, Maryland Lost and Found: People and Places from Chesapeake to Appalachia, published in 1986 by the Johns Hopkins University Press. My Postcolleague, Henry Allen, dubbed me "Mr. Maryland." Life was sweet. more


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