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An open discussion of the poet's works.
Book launch party for Diary of a Bossy Chic. At Pejus Lounge (1724 Woodlawn Drive)
Presented by the Black Writers Guild. Basil Loucas, Jason Harris, Kevin Wayne Johnson and Jonathan Young will discuss their publishing journeys and share tips on the writing process.
Johns Hopkins Professor Mary Jo Salter will stop by the Barnes and Nobles to read and discuss her latest book, Nothing by Design. This book of poetry covers feelings of loss, the presence of nothingness and the constant ebb and flow between conflict and the search for peace.
Ron Tanner comes to Barnes and nobles to discuss his book From Animal House to Our House: A Love Story. It is the story of when Tanner and his new girlfriend bought a ramshackle brownstone in the hopes of restoring it to its former glory and ended up battling hopeless doubts, bankrupcy and personal realizations along the way.
God's Country is a production featuring works by some of the country most talented poets, Michelle Antoinette Nelson. The production is centered around the topic of what it means to be an individual in America. Presented by LitMore.
Head of the Council for Secular Humanism Tom Flynn discusses the state of civil rights in 2013.
A few authors from JHU Press will be hosting a signing of their books. Ted Patterson and Dean Smith with Football in Baltimore, Bryan MacKay with A Year Across Maryland: A Week-by-Week Guide to Discovering Nature in the Chesapeake Region, and Constance B. Schultz with Maryland in Black and White: Documentary Photography from The Great Depression and World War II.
Join an open discussion with fellow poets. Coffee and refreshments provided. All are welcome. Up for discussion this week is the poetry of Hope Mirrlees.
The purpose of this group is to review, critique, and encourage one another in completing works open to all genres. If you are interested in joining, please attend a meeting and meet the group. For more details, contact the organizer, Robin Peace, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Open mic poetry hosted by Walter M. Jones.
A spoken word and poetry open mic featuring small plates, desserts, coffee, and tea. Hosted by Last Born Child.
Open mic by a special guest followed by open mic of all genres, including poetry, comedy, and fiction, just to name a few. Even if it's only the slightest bit creative get on stage and show your stuff.
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The first night of the four-day HFSmas Nutcracker features performances by Panic at the Disco, Hellogoodbye, and the Colorist.
Head on over to Harbor East on Tuesday afternoons for shots of hot chocolate at the Harbor East "bar" on Aliceanna Street. There will be complimentary treats and live music as well.
Learn how to screen print on a thermofax! 10 spots are open for printing and include your very own reusable screen, printing squeegee and access to ink. Bring your own items (shirts, bags, cards, etc) and watch the magic happen! It's also free to come watch so by all means come on down!
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