Hi. I’m Brent Lewis. I’m a native Chesapeake Bay Eastern Shoreman. I’ve written two nonfiction books on regional history, REMEMBERING KENT ISLAND, STORIES FROM THE CHESAPEAKE and A HISTORY OF THE KENT ISLAND VOLUNTEER FIRE DEPARTMENT, and in 2015 I published my first novel, BLOODY POINT 1976. I’ve written numerous magazine articles, a newspaper column, and for over a twelve years, I contributed regularly to the Kent Island Heritage Society newsletter. A couple decades ago, my one act play THE SUPERHERO won The Lucille Fletcher Play Writing Award, and I once won a lifetime magazine subscription for making a joke at Jim Carrey’s expense.
That magazine no longer exists.
I’m married to the most wonderful woman, have the greatest daughter, and for almost 30 years have made money as a real estate appraiser.
Sometimes, almost always in the privacy of my home, I wear a cape.
My blog is a place for me to put stuff. I write it. I may as well put it someplace.
Hope you enjoy.