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Recent Announcements

Well-Read Black Girl Glory Edim at CityLit on Nov 15th
CityLit Project proudly presents Well-Read Black Girl 's Glory Edim in Conversation with Baltimore's Andria Nacina Cole , Jess Solomon and Elissa Blount Moorhead : Finding Our Stories, Discovering Ourselves , on Thursday, November 15, 2018 , as part of Lit Thursdays at the Motor...

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Free CityLit Studio III Scheduled for October 25th
CityLit Project presents   CityLit Studio III: Writers on Craft, Creativity & Community   on Thursday, October 25, 2018 from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.   Short story author   Danielle Evans   and novelist   Eugenia Kim   will be our special guests and...

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CityLit Press Chapbook Contest Roars Back to Life... Deadline is Dec. 1st
CITYLIT PROJECT announces the 2019 Harriss Poetry Prize (chapbook) competition. The prize is named in honor of Clarinda Harriss, eminent Maryland poet, publisher, and long-time professor of English at Towson University. (NOTE: Scroll to the bottom to download a PDF of these...

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Join Us for an Evening with Walter Mosley
CityLit joins the Enoch Pratt Free Library to present Walter Mosley in conversation with   Paul Coates , founder of Black Classic Press. This takes place Thursday, October 4th, 6:30 pm at the Church of the Redeemer, 5603 N Charles St, Baltimore, MD 21210. ...

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CityLit Prepares for 2018 Baltimore Book Festival
This year’s   CityLit Stage at the Baltimore Book Festival pays homage to women writers in light of the 2017 VIDA Count which takes measure of the number of women getting published. A special nod to Asian Beach Reads, She Would Be King debut author  ...

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