Join representatives from CityLit Project at UB's School of Communications Design for a special reading by local literati as part of the grand opening festivities at the new University of Baltimore Barnes & Noble store (corner of Mt. Royal Avenue and Oliver Street). The event also marks the first public program co-sponsored by CityLit and UB under their new partnership
whereby the literary arts nonprofit is in residence on UB's campus.
"Readings From Baltimore"
Wednesday, September 29, 2010
7-8:30 p.m. at B&N in Fitzgerald Building
Listen to a sampling of writings by contemporary Baltimore authors, including Michael Salcman
, poet and chair of CityLit Project Jen Michalski
, editor and contributor to City Sages: Baltimore Michael Kimball
, author of the novel Dear Everybody
and curator of the 510 Reading Series Elissa Weissman
, writer of fiction for students in the middle grades, including the titles Standing for Socks
and The Trouble
(with Mark Hopper) Susan McCallum-Smith
literary editor and author of Slipping the Moorings Kimberley Lynne
, author of A Dickens of a Carol
and Dredging the Choptank Raven Ekundayo
, CEO of Ravolution Media and editor and impresario of the Storytellers series at the Eubie Blake Cultural Center John Barry
, MICA educator, City Paper
contributor and curator of the New Mercury Reading Series Jennifer Wallace
, MICA educator, poet, and co-editor at toadlily press
Then retreat with us to the Mt. Royal Tavern
to toast the new CityLit-UB partnership!
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