Published Writing

Knapps Narrows, Tilghman Island, Chesapeake BayAnn Powell’s published writings about Annapolis, the Chesapeake Bay, and Maine appear in a variety of print and digital magazines. All stories in this collection were created by Coastalpics writer Ann Powell.

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Harbor Queen:  The Grande Dame of Annapolis

Jump in and Water Ski

Maine’s Deer Isle is the Real Deal

Chesapeake Techies: When Bay Conservation Meets Technology

Cruise Away on the Chesapeake Bay

Small Boats on Big Boats

Four Days on the Bay

Cruise Away to Maryland’s Eastern Shore

Make Way for Superyachts, Chesapeake Bay Magazine


Maryland Government House Celebrates 150 Years

Historic Renovations to the James Brice House

Meet Me in an Old Cellar at Reynolds Tavern

Maryland Avenue Has It All

George Washington Resigns and Goes Home

Behind Closed Doors at the William Paca House in Annapolis

Discover the Historic James Brice House

History Stands Tall at Thomas Point Shoal Lighthouse

The Hammond-Harwood House,  An Annapolis Jewel

The Annapolis Skyline

The Maryland World War II Memorial Inspires Awe

Historic Markers are a Window to Annapolis History

Secrets are Revealed at the National Cryptologic Museum

A Building on the Move:  A Historic Building’s Journey

Thank Goodness for the Treaty of Paris

Maritime Gifts from the Heart of the Sea

Annapolis Loves Marine Art

Living History in the William Paca Garden

Commander in Chief Resigns: Government Reorganizes

Nature Calls: A Walk on Greenbury Point

Pro Bono Publico

Case by Case

Women Who Made A Difference: Senator Barbara Mikulski


Listen and Learn at a 2019 Winter Lecture Series in Annapolis

Annapolis Historic Hauntings Tour is Scary But Not Too Scary

Behold the Beauty of May Day

Antique Lovers Take Note: John Shaw Furniture on Display in Annapolis

African American History Tour Lends Perspective

Make a Date with History

Historic Winter Lecture Series in Annapolis

The Power of Flowers Returns to Annapolis

Walking Through Four Centuries:  A Historic Tour of Annapolis

Plenty to See and Do at Historic London Town and Gardens

Bring on Spring: Come to the Annapolis Flower Mart

May Day Blooms in Annapolis