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Writers in Baltimore Schools (WBS) is a program that provides low-income middle school students with a vibrant environment for literary development through in-school, after school, and summer creative writing workshops taught by Baltimore college students.
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This August, eighteen Baltimore students attended WBS’s second annual Summer Writer’s Studio, a week-long sleepaway camp in western Maryland. On Monday, Aug. 12, the kids — along with six instructors — boarded a bus for Mar-Lu-Ridge Camp & Retreat Center. For five days, the students attended intensive fiction and poetry workshops, covering topics such as character development, plot, and grammar for writers. When not writing, students enjoyed daily pool time, campfires, s’more roasting, ghost stories, and a hike to Shock Rock, which overlooks Maryland, Virginia, and West Virginia. Back in …
On May 2nd, WBS’s young writers celebrated publication of their book, Baltimore Triumphs, with a reading at Evergreen Museum & Library. Local children’s author Elisabeth Dahl kicked off the event with introductory remarks, and then students from Thomas Johnson, Margaret Brent, Baltimore Polytechnic Institute, and Baltimore City College high school read their stories, poems, and essays from Baltimore Triumphs. We’re grateful to Evergreen Museum & Library for graciously hosting our event!
WBS has two publications coming out this week: the second issue of our literary magazine, Baltimore by Hand, and our very first book, Baltimore Tales. Join us for two readings to help launch these publications.
Second Annual Literary Magazine Reading
Our second annual literary magazine reading will be held at the Johns Hopkins Barnes & Noble on Sunday, April 29 at 2 p.m. Come hear students read pieces from our second issue of Baltimore by Hand and pick up a copy of the magazine. A reception will follow.
Book Launch at …
WBS alum Terrell Kellam’s first publication appears in the inaugural issue of Seltzer, a Baltimore-based online zine. Check it out here: http://www.seltzerzine.com/2012/03/12/night-comes-fast/ Terrell participated in WBS workshops at Margaret Brent from 2009 – 2010 and Baltimore City College High School from 2010 – 2011. He’s now a sophomore at City College High School. We’re super proud of you, Terrell, and know that this is just the beginning of your writing career!
Join us on Thursday, April 5 for Rock – Paper – B’More: Spring 2012 Music Fest at the Ottobar in support of our literary magazine, Baltimore by Hand! Our fabulous lineup includes Future Islands, Wing Dam, Raffi Joe, and Chester Endersby Gwazda, followed by DJ Fiar Medico. Tickets are $5 in advance (reserve yours through www.missiontix.com) and $7 at the door. Doors open at 8 p.m. and Wing Dam will start the show off at 8:30 p.m. Thanks to WJHU Radio for sponsoring this event. We can’t wait to see …
On August 23 & 24, students convened at Barclay Elementary/Middle school for our second annual Summer Writing Studio! Together, our students and writing tutors spent two days immersed in the world of words. In just two days, we braved Virginia’s 5.8 magnitude earthquake on the third floor of Barclay (first the blackboard rattled, then our table, and then the building!), published a literary magazine, and held an open mic! Students worked hard creating a protagonist as a group, learning about word economy, writing tiny tales, and grilling author Michael Kimball …
Writers in Baltimore Schools’s literary magazine, Baltimore by Hand, launched May 8th at the Charles Village Barnes & Noble. We celebrated the launch with a reading given by WBS students. Ten students read selections from Baltimore by Hand and new works from WBS workshops. Copies of Baltimore by Hand are available with a $5 donation to Writers in Baltimore Schools. The magazine’s second issue will be available in fall 2011. Check out our photos from the event.
Pulitzer Prize-winning author Edward P. Jones spent Tuesday, April 19 with WBS’s high school group, which meets weekly to read Jones’s short fiction. The students then attended Towson University’s inaugural Dr. John Gissendanner Memorial Lecture Series, where Jones read from his collection All Aunt Hagar’s Children. Here are some photos from the workshops with Jones.