the new year comes a brand new lineup of great talent brought to you by the Lit
and Art Reading Series at the Watermark Gallery.
first event comes on the last Sunday of January: Sunday, January 26 from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Watermark, 100 S. Charles Street,
right across from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.
featured talent this month includes Barbara
Morrison, Dave Eberhardt, Jack Downs, Jessica Lynn Dotson, Archer Sierra, and Meg Adams. Jacob Panic and his banjo
will be there to share some pop-grass, and Manzar’s
original art will be on display. To hold it all together, we’ll enjoy wine,
refreshments, and conversation among like-minded artists.
all Lit and Art events, it is free and open to the public. So come along and
bring some friends!
even is just the tip of the iceberg. Just take a look at some of the fantastic
talent we have joining us in February, March, April, May, June, July,
September, and October: Richard Peabody,
William Patrick Tandy, Michael Hughes, Rafael Alvarez, Madison Smartt Bell,
Barbara Diehl, Toby Devens, Barbara DeCeasare, Charles Rammelkamp, Julie
Weinberg, Jen Grow, Elisabeth Dahl, Early Crown, Diane Sahms Gaurnieri, g emil
rutter, Julie Fisher, Danuta Kosk-Kosicka, Ann Braken, Sam Schmidt, Tom Glenn,
Jessica Gregg, D.R. Belz, Sid Gold, Nancy Greene, Liz Moser, Wayne Countryman,
Alexandra Hewitt, Ami Spencer, Caryn Coyle, Lauren Eisenberg Davis, Dan Cuddy,
Holly Morse-Ellington, Court Bledsoe, Ann Roberts Arbaugh, Shirley Brewer, and Ian
and Art musicians Jacob Panic and Goodloe Byron will share their music,
and we’ll be seeing other musical guests as well. Not to mention the paintings
of Manzar as well as other guest artists. Manzar and other visual artists have
their work for sale at the gallery, both originals and prints. And many of the
authors and musicians have their work for sale as well.
Hosted and curated by
Baltimore authors Nitin Jagdish and Eric D. Goodman, the events are casual and
meant to foster the local literary community. In fact, we encourage attendees
to bring about five minutes of their own work to share during open mic!
Started in 2007 at The Watermark Gallery, the Lit & Art Reading Series showcases local, national, and international
talent—fiction, poetry, non-fiction, memoir, original art, live music—all
topped off with wine, refreshments, and conversation.
2014 Lit and Art-stravaganza starts on Sunday,
January 26 from 2 to 5 p.m. at the Watermark Gallery, 100 S. Charles
Street, on the second floor of the Bank of America building right across from
Baltimore’s Inner Harbor.
Watermark Gallery online.
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