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16th Annual CityLit Festival - Saturday, April 27th

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Call for Exhibitors: CityLit Festival April 17, 2010

Final details for the seventh annual CityLit Festival at Pratt Library on April 17 will post soon.  Meanwhile, exhibitors are encouraged to make their reservations for free display space as soon as possible.  The popular Literary Marketplace gets busier every year, but there's a limited amount of space.

An average of 2500 people visit CityLit Festival, with almost every attendee passing through the Literary Marketplace right in Pratt Library's Main Hall.  Self-published authors and poets, literary magazines, small presses, editorial services professionals, book designers, freelance publicists, and literary organizations are invited to exhibit for free!  Six-foot covered tables and folding chairs for two representatives will be provided.  All sales are the responsibility of exhibitors, as is the safekeeping of personal or professional items.

Exhibit hours are 10:00am - 5:00pm (same as festival hours).  Sorry, exhibitors cannot gain access to the library before 10am.  Please use the entrance at 400 Cathedral Street.

For consideration, please send your name, organization (or book title), e-mail, and day/cell phone number to  Complete details andinstructions will be sent to exhibotrs prior to the April 17 festival date.  CityLit Project and Pratt Library reserve the right to make final decisions regarding the arrangement of exhibitors, since we need to accommodate larger organizations with multiple items to display as well as individual authors.

Thanks for making the Literary Marketplace such a dynamic part of CityLit Festival, where Baltimore truly comes together to celebrate the literary arts.

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