Art January 2010
"Baltimore Inspired by Poe" & "Edgar Allan Poe: A Baltimore Icon 1809–1849" at the Baltimore Museum of Art & "Edgar Allan Poe: More Than a Poet" at Enoch Pratt Free Library, Baltimore.
|Paul Mintz, Untitled (2009). Courtesy of the Artist.|
At 11 West Mulberry Street in Baltimore, near the Enoch Pratt Free Library, a plaque rests on the worn face of a narrow old row house. As the plaque notes, Edgar Allan Poe was once “discovered” here, his tale yanked from a slush pile by three editors. But...
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