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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – September 11, 2010

                           “Profiles Incorrigible:
              From Uncle John's Store to Ike Turner's Guestroom”
                                  September 11, 2010 at 11 a.m.
                                    Clearview at Horn’s Point
                                   (Cambridge Country Club)
                                    5650 Country Club Road
                                        Cambridge, MD

                                        Cambridge, MD, September 11, 2010 – Baltimore
                                        Magazine’s own John M. Lewis shares intriguing
                                        accounts of interviews both notable and notorious, on
                                        September 11, 2010, at 11 a.m., at Clearview at Horn’s
                                        Point, 5650 Country Club Road, in Cambridge,

                                         Arts and Culture Editor of Baltimore Magazine and
                                         Cambridge resident John M. Lewis joins the Eastern
                                         Shore Writer’s Association to regale and mesmerize
audiences with stories of his world-wide connections to celebrities famous, infamous, and
otherwise. “The folks I interview tend to be incorrigible or somewhat crazed,” John explains.
This 2006 winner of The Maryland Pro Chapter of the Society for Professional Journalists annual
Journalism Awards Contest has penned many memorable articles and profiled a wide range of
people for major publications, not the least of which include the impressive Rolling Stone
Magazine, The Washington Post, and The Oxford American.

       An award-winning writer of magazine profiles and arts criticism, Lewis has interviewed
and written about a wide range of personalities, including Ike Turner, John Barth, John Waters,
H. Rap Brown, Mos Def, and Tony Bennett. His profile of Turner was included in the 2008
anthology, The Oxford American Book of Great Music Writing. He is also the U.S.
correspondent for Vibrations, a French music and arts magazine. Lewis lives in Cambridge, MD
with his wife and two children.

        Sponsored by the Eastern Shore Writers’ Association, this program is free and open to
the public, with an optional networking lunch to follow at attendee’s expense. An RSVP to Judy
Reveal at is appreciated.

 ESWA is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization supporting writers and the literary arts across
the Delmarva Peninsula. For more information visit the website, or
                         contact: Judy Reveal,


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