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Lit Programs for 2011

01/05/2011

Happy new year friends of CityLit! 

It's going to be another great year celebrating literature and the artists who create it: craft and professional development workshops, festivals, special events, book releases, programs for youth and kids.  The following list just covers the first half of 2011, so please make sure to double-check information here or in your CityLit Muse e-newsletter as more details about each program become available.

Thanks for supporting the written word around Baltimore and across Maryland. Have a happy, literary year!

January 15 – WHWN Writing Resolutions at Creative Alliance

January 19 – March 2 – WHWN Art of the Short Story

January 20 – CityLit Kids resumes at Govans Elementary

January 21 – CityLit Turns 7!

February 1 – Pub date for An Easy Place / To Die by Vincent Cellucci

February 1 – Deadline for Black Infinity submissions (chapbook)

February 26 – Afternoons with Authors Edmondson Avenue Branch EPFL

March – CityLit Teens re-launch at CCBC Essex campus

March 20 – Pub date for A Peachy Life: Serving Pasta and Beating the Odds in the '60s, An Italian-American Woman's Story by Leonora "Peachy" Dixon

March – 2010 Winner of Harriss Poetry Prize published (chapbook)

March 31 – April 3 “Spring Into Writing” retreat with Frostburg in Western Maryland

April – WHWN poetry workshop

April 16 – CityLit Festival at Pratt Library

April 30 – Across Words presented with Revolution Media at UB theater

May 7 – June 4 – WHWN Scripting/Filming/Editing Book Trailers

May 14 – WHWN marketing workshop

June 9 – 30 WHWN fringe fiction workshop



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