December Wine Tasting with Book Signing by C.L. Marshall

C.L. Marshall will be at Bishop’s Stock with a supply of his new book, Chesapeake Outdoor Tales.

Book Signing with Bryan Coates


On First Friday Bryan Coates will be in the gallery signing copies of the Spring 2019 Edition of Ghostlight, The Magazine of Terror. His first published short story, The World’s Most Uncomfortable Waiting Room Chair, was published in the annual digest printed by the Great Lakes Association of Horror Writers. The anthology contains 15 horror and dark fiction and 11 poems from new and established authors. Read the review on Amazon to find out more about the publication. Copies will be available for sale.

Book Signing with C.L. Marshall

C.L. Marshall has just released his latest book Hunting & Fishing on the Chesapeake: Unforgettable Tales of Wing and Water. This is his second collection of  humorous and harrowing tales of the sporting life on the Eastern Shore of the Chesapeake. Books will be available for sale.

Book Signing for “Memoir of A Skipjack” by Randolph George

Come meet Randolph George and find out his inspiration to research the history of the  Martha Lewis. 

Book Signing with Vicky Mullaney with “The Lodge at Black Pearl Cookbook”


Meet Vicky Mullaney and hear about the inspiration for her recently published cookbook, “The Lodge at Black Pearl Cookbook.”

Book Signing with Deborah Chapman Newell

Deborah Chapman Newell will be in the gallery today to sign her recently released Memories in a Daughter’s Heart. Newell is a daughter, as well as a wife, mother, and grandmother. As her own mother embarked on her twilight years of aging and its subsequent effects, Deborah found herself not only learning to cope with her mother’s difficulties, but giving encouragement and inspiration to other women who were going through similar experiences, or sometimes even worse situations. Find out more about her family experiences at

Book Signing with Barbara Lockhart


From 1 to 3 stop by to pick up Barbara Lockhart’s newest book, The Night is Young.” Lockhart has written children’s books, short stories and an historical novel and this, her latest book, is a collection of short stories that capture the human condition with the flavor of small town, rural Eastern Shore. If the artwork on the cover looks familiar, you may recognize it as a painting done by Lynne Lockhart, her daughter.


Book Signing with Jen Labesky

And Then She Flew


Jen Labesky will be signing her newly published novel And Then She Flew. Come talk with this Snow Hill resident about her life goal to write a novel and what has motivated her. In her early 20s armed with a Bachelor of Arts in Psychology from Indiana University, Jen started writing fiction but soon realized her writer’s voice needed more time to develop.  Fast forward  10 years, a marriage, 2 sons and a move to the Eastern Shore and  her first  manuscript is published. Come chat with Jen and find out more about where she is headed with her writing – and other endeavors. Check


“Mosey’s Field” Book Signing with Barbara Lockhart & Heather Crow

Cover of Mosey's FieldBook Signing with Writer Barbara Lockhart & Illustrator Heather Crow

Barbara Lockhart, a retired kindergarten teacher, lives on the Eastern Shore of Maryland where she’s been watching fields for years. Heather Crow is an award-winning artist and art teacher. She lives in Easton, Maryland. This is a story about Mosey, a long-legged, lumbering kind of dog, has a napping place in the middle of a corn field, but when the plow comes through, followed later by the planter, Mosey can no longer find his spot. Mosey’s Field illuminates the beauty of the rural landscape, the change in seasons, and the progression of agricultural methods. While Mosey continues the search for his special place, children are not only connected to the environment, but the important concept of where food comes from. Early reader–ages 5-8.