Join us this Sunday, October 13
from 2 to 5 p.m. for Lit and Art at the Watermark for an afternoon of exciting
readings, live music, original art, a talk about the fall of Saigon with newly
declassified information, and a special concert by acclaimed author Madison
Smartt Bell! Not to mention wine and refreshments, all free an open to the
The next Lit and Art takes place
this Sunday, October 13 from 2 to 5 p.m. at Watermark Gallery, 100 S. Charles
St., across from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.
The program features original art
by Manzar; original songs by Goodloe Byron; readings by Lauren Beth Eisenberg
Davis, D.R. Belz, and Barbara Friedland; an exciting presentation by Tom Glenn
on the fall of Saigon (he was there under fire as it happened); and a special
musical performance by National Book Award nominee Madison Smartt Bell. Did we
mention free wine and refreshments?
The Lit and Art reading series is
part of Baltimore Literary Arts Week, which is part of Free Fall Baltimore.
This event is part of Literary Arts Week,
a week-long celebration of literary arts programming and writers, poets, and
readers, part of Free Fall Baltimore. Created in partnership by CityLit
Project, the Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance, the Maryland State Arts
Council and with the participation of the William G. Baker, Jr. Memorial Fund.
Check out all of the events that
make up Baltimore Literary Arts Week … and all of the exciting activities that
make up Free Fall Baltimore!
Learn more about the event participants at the Lit & Art Facebook Page.
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