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"Across Words" Presented as Part of Free Fall Baltimore

09/13/2011

The Love Movement and CityLit Project are teaming up for a second event filled with literature and entertainment called "Across Words."  Conceived as an evening of storytelling and performance that crosses boundaries and creates community, "Across Words" strives to introduce new audiences to Baltimore's diverse literary and performance scene. This time, "Across Words" is presented for FREE as part of the annual Free Fall Baltimore initiative.

Friday, October 21, 2011
7pm-9pm
University of Baltimore
Student Center Theater
21 W. Mt. Royal Ave
Baltimore, MD 21201
(Corner of Mt. Royal and Maryland)

Performances and readings by Drew Law (poet), Matthew Norman (fiction), Pages (poet), Adeke Rose (poet), Temple (poet), Em Sea Water (poet), Baynard Woods (nonfiction), music by The Wayfarers (Irish folk).

Check out highlights of the first "Across Words" program in April HERE.

Free Fall Baltimore is made possible by presenting sponsor Susquehanna Bank and the Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts, Joseph and Harvey Meyerhoff Family Charitable Funds, The Abell Foundation, William G. Baker, Jr. Memorial Fund, American Trading and Production Corporation (Atapco) and Baltimore Community Foundation.

Special thanks to Free Fall Baltimore media sponsors: The AFRO-American Newspapers, The Baltimore Sun, The City Paper, The Urbanite, The Jewish Times, , Maryland Public Television, WBAL-TV, WJZ-TV, WBFF/Fox45-TV, CW/Baltimore-TV, WMAR-TV, WUTB-TV, WYPR Radio, WEAA Radio, WWMX Radio , Radio One: Magic 95.9; Spirit 1400; WOLB; 92Q, and CityPeek.



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