month, the Lit and Art Reading Series took its place once again at the Baltimore
Book Festival—the Mid-Atlantic Region’s biggest literary celebration! We were
hosted by the CityLit Stage—the hottest stage of the festival! Featured talent
included Tom Glenn, Eric D. Goodman, Holly Morse-Ellington, Nitin Jagdish,
Nathan Leslie, and Liz Moser. The event was emceed by NPR’s Aaron Henkin, whose
program “The Signal” takes listeners on a weekly tour of Baltimore’s cultural
we’re not ones to dwell on the past. Let’s look to the future.
final Lit and Art of the 2014 season takes place the last Sunday in October!
Featured readers will include David Andrews, Shirley Brewer, Tony Hayes,
Richard Peabody, and Trish S.
interludes of classical piano will be performed by Tom Glenn. The original artwork
of Manzar will be on display, and the program will be held together with wine
and refreshments. Plus, open mic will offer the opportunity for you to show
your talent as well.
us for the last Lit and Art of the 2014 season on Sunday, October 26 from 2 to
5 p.m. at The Watermark Gallery, 100 South Charles Street, second floor of the
Bank of America Building right across from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.
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