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"Readings From Baltimore" at UB's New B&N Store

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, Urbanite 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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