Nancy Murray’s adoption memoir, One Child for Another; the Ad Hoc Fiasco at the Wyman park Dell; and a ‘farmer’s market for the arts’ at Charm City FringeNancy Murray was a teenager on the brink of a life-changing decision. She’d gotten pregnant. She dropped out of school. She tried to run away. And then she was whisked away by her parents to a facility called St Ann’s Infant and Maternity Home. She’d spend the duration of her pregnancy there, and when the time came, she’d have her baby and give it up for adoption. Murray has written a memoir about her experience, titled, One Child for Another, and she shares the story with The Signal’s Aaron Henkin.