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Happy New Year (Save the Dates)!

01/01/2010

The new year, 2010 (two thousand and ten, that's how we have decided to say it), brings another slate of terrific literary arts programs to the area.  In addition to annual favorites like CityLit Festival in April, CityLit Stage in September, and another academic year of CityLit Teens this fall, new programs abound for the public, new workshops and professional development opportunities roll out for writers, and CityLit Press makes its debut.

Be sure to check back here frequently for updates and--if you haven't already--sign up for our monthly CityLit Muse newsletter for the latest in the Baltimore area's lit happenings.

Here's a list of "save the dates" already on the calendar:

January 21 –  CityLit Project turns six!

January 30 – Literary Death Match at The Wind-Up Space in Station North

February 1 – Black Infinity deadline

February 25 – Town v. Gown Poetry Smackdown at B&N Charles Village

March 4-7 – “Write in the Middle of Winter” retreat with Frostburg State at Herrington Manor SP in Western Maryland

April 17 – CityLit Festival at Enoch Pratt Free Library

July Dates TBD – “Write in the Middle of Summer” retreat with Washington College at Eastern Shore location TBA

September 24-26 – CityLit Stage at Baltimore Book Festival (15th Anniversary)

October 1 – Clarinda Harriss Prize deadline

October Dates TBD – Start of new CityLit Teens program

October Date TBD – Free Fall Baltimore program pending funding

November 13 – Baltimore Writers’ Conference at Towson University with partners Towson University and Johns Hopkins University





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