Baltimore Book Festival kicks off this Friday, September 27 and runs through
Sunday, September 29.
Smile Hon You’re In Baltimore crowd on Friday night at the CityLit Tent where
they’ll kick off the festival with the release party and reading of the latest
issue. The Occupational Hazards issue features such authors as D.R. Belz,
Fernando Quijano III, Earl Crown, Caryn Coyle, Eric D. Goodman, Jeffrey
Shipley, and more! Plus live music and beer. It all starts Friday at 6 p.m. at
the CityLit Stage. Pick up your copy there.
sure to join us at 1:30 on September 29 at the Baltimore Book Festival’s
CityLit Stage for the Lit and Art Reading Series. NPR’s Aaron Henkin of The
Signal emcees the event, which features original art by world-renowned artist
Manzar, live banjo by Pop-Grass star Jacob Panic, and original readings by
Jessica Anya Blau, Eric D. Goodman, and Nitin Jagdish, and Bathsheba Monk.
You don’t want to miss the next big event at The Watermark Gallery during
Baltimore Literary Arts Week. Join us on Sunday, October 13 from 2 to 5 p.m.
for Lit & Art at the Watermark, 100 S. Charles St., across from Baltimore’s
Inner Harbor. Original art by Manzar; original songs by Goodloe Byron; readings
by Lauren Eisenberg Davis, D.R. Belz, and Barbara Friedland; an exciting
presentation by Tom Glenn on the fall of Saigon (he was there as it happened);
and a special musical performance by National Book Award nominee Madison Smartt
Bell. Did we mention free wine and refreshments?
first … we’ll see you at 1:30 on September 29 at the Baltimore Book Festival’s
look forward to seeing you there!
Labels: aaron henkin, art, baltimore, bathsheba monk, book, citylit, festival, Jessica Anya Blau, lit, Madison smart bell, manzar, npr, smile hon you're in Baltimore, wypr