In the News


Student Publications:

Baltimore City Paper | “A view of our city through profiles, poetry, and prose from Writers in Baltimore Schools”
National Poetry Foundation | Poem by Jaida Griffin
Washington Post | Black Words Matter poems by Baltimore Students
Real Pants | Black Words Matter poems by Jaida Griffin, Afiya Ervin, Christian Pearson, & Nekia Hampton
Sampsonia Way | Black Words Matter poems by Jaida Griffin & Afiya Ervin
Seltzer | Story by Terrell Kellam

In the News:

BINJ Baltimore | Baltimore Binge 26: Writers in Baltimore Schools (podcast)
Open Society Institute | “OSI Fellow’s project to showcase writers from Baltimore City Schools”
Baltimore City Paper |”Young Writers in Baltimore share their work at Red Emma’s tonight”
Bmore Art | “Writers Resist: Voices United!”
Ploughshares | “Baltimore Students Write in Protest and Celebration”
Christian Science Monitor | “Reporter’s notebook: Why student voices should be heard”
Roanoke Review | WBS instructor Jozelle Dyer’s poem, “Ferguson 2014” (for Writers in Baltimore Schools)
What Weekly | “Baltimore Brings Social Justice & Poetry to the Classroom”
Baltimore Review | Interview with WBS Director Patrice Hutton
Baltimore Sun | b’s 6th annual 10 people to watch under 30
Baltimore Sun | Write-In coverage
Baltimore Sun | Write-In video coverage
Baltimore Times | Write-In coverage
Buzzfeed | WBS Advisory Board Member Khaliah Williams on teaching at a Baltimore private school and leading the Write-In
Kenyon Review Blog | WBS Advisory Board Member Dora Malech on the Write-In
Washington Post | “Why Poor Kids Don’t Stay in College” featuring WBS student Terrell Kellam
Open Society Institute | “Notebooks Full of Beautiful Ideas” (photo essay)
Open Society Institute Blog | “Students as Teachers” by Patrice Hutton & Terrell Kellam
Iowa Young Writers’ Studio Blog | “A Tale of Two Camps, From Iowa City to Baltimore” by Patrice Hutton
Author Blog: Elisabeth Dahl | “Baltimore Triumphs” by Elisabeth Dahl
Open Society Institute Blog | “High Expectations for Baltimore’s Youth” by Patrice Hutton
Baltimore Fishbowl | “WBS Brings Creative Writing Into the Classroom”
Splice Today | “The Stories Have To Be Told”
Pluck Magazine | Interview with WBS Director Patrice Hutton
Arts & Sciences Magazine | Feature in JHU alumni magazine
Open Society Institute Blog | “Bringing poetry to life to make confident readers” by Patrice Hutton
Johns Hopkins University News-Letter | “Writers in Baltimore Program allows JHU students to be teachers” (no link available)
Baltimore Brew | WBS highlighted as program with potential to lead to big changes in Waverly community
Baltimore Sun | Students’ original play “The Day Baltimore Ran Out of Chicken Featured”
Open Society Institute Blog | “Engaging Kids Through Theater” by Patrice Hutton
Baltimore Sun | WBS student Terrell Kellam featured
Open Society Insitute | Baltimore Community Fellowship announcement