CityLit Project
CityLit Project elevates enthusiasm for literary arts in the Baltimore Metropolitan area. CityLit builds and connects a community of avid readers and writers across Maryland through public events, workshops, publishing, and collaboration. CityLit opens opportunities for young and diverse audiences to embrace the literary arts.
National Endowments for the Arts
MSAC: Vibrant Dazzling Diverse Engaging
Baltimore Promotion and The Arts
BCF Baltimore
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Proud Member of:

Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance
Maryland Association of Nonprofit Organizations

Recent Announcements

Music Takes Spotlight at 12th Annual CityLit Festival
The 12th annual CityLit Festival takes place at the glorious central branch of Pratt Library on Saturday, May 2.  Called by   Baltimore   magazine a "can't miss event on the city's cultural scene," the free festival runs from 10am to 5pm.  This year's...

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Shop Local Authors This Season
Farm to table, locavores, locally made...we've heard them all and artists have done a swell job in leveraging their regional pride. Now it's writers' turn to remind you, our loyal reading public, that you can read local, too, with C OMMUNITY S UPPORTED A UTHORS. Several of CityLit Press's...

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CityLit Festival #12 Set for Saturday, May 2, 2015
Due to scheduling conflicts, the traditional mid-April CityLit Festival has been moved to Saturday, May 2, 2015 .  The free celebration of literature will be held again at the Enoch Pratt Free Library, Central Library, 400 Cathedral Street, Baltimore, MD 21201. CityLit Project presented...

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GEO-POE: The Reading (The Program)
Geo-Poe: The Reading Westminster Hall October 29, 2014 Culminating event as part of Geo-Poe: A Literary Geo-Caching Adventure Presented by CityLit Project In partnership with Poe Baltimore With a special POE-formance by Baltimore Performance Kitchen As part of the Baltimore Office of...

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GEO-POE: The Complete Clue Set and Writers Revealed
In October 2014, fourteen writers hid fourteen stories inspired by the death of Edgar Allan Poe or written in a Poesque fashion.  Geo-cached in spots around Baltimore, each story is part of a puzzle that is GEO-POE: A Literary Geo-Caching Adventure.

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