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Baltimore Writers Resist Event on January 15, 2017

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Recent Announcements

Writers Resist Baltimore Line-Up Set with Marc Steiner as Host
CITYLIT PROJECT, in partnership with EMP COLLECTIVE and 100 THOUSAND POETS FOR CHANGE, is proud to present WRITERS RESIST BALTIMORE: VOICES UNITED! January 15, 2017 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. EMP Collective 307 W. Baltimore Street, 21201 Requests for Donations to Benefit THREAD Free...

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Writers Resist Event Kicks Off 2017 with a Cause
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In any good story, characters confront change, respond to tension, and grow into new, hopefully better, versions of themselves. That's just as true for CityLit Project, in these times, as new leadership is set to write the next chapters for this popular nonprofit literary arts...

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First CityLit Studio Celebrates Free Fall Baltimore
Get a behind-the-scenes look at how writers think, and learn what makes for crafting a great story, in CityLit Project's first-ever program dedicated to the people and processes behind the best literature being created in Baltimore today! CityLit Studio: Writers On Craft, Creativity &...

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CityLit Stage at the 2016 Baltimore Book Festival
CityLit Project is excited to once again host the CityLit Stage at the Baltimore Book Festival this fall (September 23-25) at the Inner Harbor. This year features husband and wife authors, as well as New York Times bestsellers, Charles Bock (OLIVER & ALICE) and Leslie Jamison (THE...

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