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

Polish Poet Wins Fifth Annual Harriss Poetry Prize
Danuta E. Kosk-Kosicka was named winner of CityLit Press's fifth annual Harriss Poetry Prize for her chapbook manuscript, "Oblige the Light." She rose above eight other finalists to earn the award, which includes 50 gratis copies of her chapbook and $500. "Oblige the Light"...

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New Stories by Tinney Coming in October
A man attempts to make a fresh start by reclaiming domain over his yard with the last birthday gift from his ex-wife, a lawnmower. A couple discovers Faulkner, shrimp and grits, Morgan Freeman, and how much they don’t know about each other. A son reconnects with a distant father and his...

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CityLit Stage Schedule at the Baltimore Book Festival (Harbor Edition)
Follow the salt air and sailboats to the CityLit Stage at the 19th annual Baltimore Book Festival, this year held in the heart of Baltimore's tourist district ... the Inner Harbor.  Three days, scores, of wrtiers, and tons of fun, do not miss the Baltimore Book Festival on September 26,...

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GEO-POE ... It's Coming in October!
Geo-Poe: A Literary Geo-Caching Adventure takes over Baltimore this October.  Fourteen writers, fourteen short short stories, all riffing on the mysterious death of Edgar Allan Poe or written in a Poe-esque style. Find them hidden through downtown Baltimore throughout the month of...

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CityLit Festival Named a "Best of Baltimore"
CityLit Festival--CityLit Project's signature event--was again dubbed a "Best of Baltimore" by Baltimore magazine.  Presented for 11 years at the Pratt Library's central library, the festival features nationally acclaimed authors, local literati, emerging voices, and a Literary...

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