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Founded in 2004, CityLit Project nurtures the culture of literature in the Baltimore metropolitan area for the benefit of Maryland readers and writers. CityLit creates enthusiasm for the literary arts, builds and connects a community of readers and writers, and opens opportunities for young people and diverse audiences to embrace the literary arts. 

CityLit Project, Inc., was incorporated as a nonprofit entity in Maryland and operates as a 501(c)(3) tax exempt organization according to the Internal Revenue Service. Contributions made to CityLit are fully deductible according to the regulations of the IRS and to the extent allowed by the law.  Documentation is available at GuideStar.

CityLit programs serve various audiences to encourage and support a life-long love of literature.  Since its inception, CityLit Project has presented 350 programs involving more than 1,000 literary artists and serving nearly 14,000 people (including 450 youth).

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