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MacArthur "Genius" Grant Recipient Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie

Headlines 14th CityLit Festival at U. of Baltimore (April 29)

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Recent Announcements

CALL FOR EXHIBITORS: 14th Annual CityLit Festival (April 29)
02/22/2017
Dear Friends in the Literary Community, BIG NEWS! This year, the CityLit Festival welcomes   MacArthur Fellow Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie   ( Americana h) to headline (free event) and offer a craft workshop (fee required) and book signing.  The CityLit...

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Competitive First Round of POL Regionals Held on Eastern Shore
02/07/2017
Family, friends, and teachers packed a room at Caroline County Public Library on February 4 to witness the first of three regionals for the 2016-17 Poetry Out Loud competition. Presented by CityLit's executive director Carla Du Pree and MSAC program representative Christine Stewart led a group...

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Writers Resist Baltimore Line-Up Set with Marc Steiner as Host
01/05/2017
CITYLIT PROJECT, in partnership with EMP COLLECTIVE and 100 THOUSAND POETS FOR CHANGE, is proud to present WRITERS RESIST BALTIMORE: VOICES UNITED! January 15, 2017 2:00 - 4:00 p.m. EMP Collective 307 W. Baltimore Street, 21201 Requests for Donations to Benefit THREAD Free...

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Writers Resist Event Kicks Off 2017 with a Cause
12/22/2016
WRITERS RESIST was launched to inspire a nation-wide, unified vision for the future of Democracy. WRITERS RESIST events are planned in NYC, Houston, Austin, New Orleans, Seattle, Spokane, Los Angeles, London, Zurich, Boston, Omaha, Kansas City, Jacksonville, Madison, Milwaukee, Bloomington,...

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THE GIVING SEASON: CityLit's Mission Marches On Through the Changes
11/22/2016
In any good story, characters confront change, respond to tension, and grow into new, hopefully better, versions of themselves. That's just as true for CityLit Project, in these times, as new leadership is set to write the next chapters for this popular nonprofit literary arts...

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