CityLit Project
CityLit Project elevates enthusiasm for literary arts in the Baltimore Metropolitan area. CityLit builds and connects a community of avid readers and writers across Maryland through public events, workshops, publishing, and collaboration. CityLit opens opportunities for young and diverse audiences to embrace the literary arts.
National Endowments for the Arts
MSAC: Vibrant Dazzling Diverse Engaging
Baltimore Promotion and The Arts
BCF Baltimore
See our other generous supporters here.


Proud Member of:

Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance
Maryland Association of Nonprofit Organizations
MCA


Recent Announcements

CityLit Stage at the 2016 Baltimore Book Festival
08/04/2016
CityLit Project is excited to once again host the CityLit Stage at the Baltimore Book Festival this fall (September 23-25) at the Inner Harbor. This year features husband and wife authors, as well as New York Times bestsellers, Charles Bock (OLIVER & ALICE) and Leslie Jamison (THE...

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CityLit Enters Partnership for State-Wide Poetry Program
07/12/2016
New Leadership Announced as Nonprofit Literary Arts Organization Expands and Pens First Lines of New Chapter   JULY 11, 2016 –   CityLit Project’s board of directors announced today that the organization has entered into a partnership with the Maryland...

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New Chapter Starts with Hiring of Du Pree as Executive Director
07/11/2016
CityLit Project Enters Partnership with Maryland State Arts Council to Present State-Wide Poetry Program New Leadership Announced as Nonprofit Literary Arts Organization Expands and Pens First Lines of New Chapter CityLit Project’s board of directors announced today that the...

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New to CityLit Festival: Agent Pitch Session with Emily Williamson
03/29/2016
REGISTRATION FOR THE AGENT PITCH SESSION CityLit Festival April 16, 2016 University of Baltimore Student Center Cafe (Corner of W. Mount Royal and Maryland Aves.) 4:00 - 6:00 pm   MAXIMUM 15 PEOPLE To...

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Biographies of Authors for 13th Annual CityLit Festival
03/28/2016
CLICK THE LINK BELOW to download complete biographies of all participating authors. LITERARY MARKETPLACE VENDORS LEARNING COMMONS 1415 Maryland Avenue (Near Poe Statue) 11:00am – 6:00pm   1....

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