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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 workshop instructors. The event takes place at The Lazarus Auditorium, Fred Lazarus IV Center at MICA, 131 W. North Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21201.

This FREE event is funded by Free Fall Baltimore and co-sponsored by MICA. Attendees must register at Eventbrite.

Eugenia Kim and Danielle Evans

Get a behind-the-scenes look at how writers craft great stories at CityLit Project's encore Studio program dedicated to the people and processes behind the best literature being created in the Baltimore / DC Metro area today!

This is a special evening that includes detailed writer's craft talk and open inquiry with two accomplished authors. The presentation features readings by two authors in different genres, information and discussions of key aspects of craft to improve your writing, and the importance of finding artistic communities. Emerging and serious writers, as well as the general public interested in writing and reading, will get a unique look behind the writing and process of two of the region's literary stars: short story author Danielle Evans and novelist Eugenia Kim. Handouts will be provided, and a Q & A will follow the readings and lectures.

Click here for more details on the lectures and to reserve your FREE ticket.

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