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Letter from the Editor (All)

Wonders happen in water. Capture water in a pool, and creatures can’t resist it. We gather in the liquid, and make magic. Here’s what I mean. Consider that the narrator and title character in the novel Life of Pi, named Piscine for swimming pool in French, devotes pages to second-hand elegies to the early 20th century swimming pools of Paris — despite sanitation far beneath the standards of modern pools. ...

The Choptank River piers named for him get you to where the big ones are

 

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Yard signs make your first introduction to many candidates

 

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With more books and more formats than ever, only time stands in your way

 

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It’s time for each of us to wade out all the way

 

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