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.
Writers in Baltimore Schools was featured in the Johns Hopkins News-Letter, the school’s student-run newspaper. Text of the article below, as the article is not yet available online. Writers in Baltimore Program allows JHU students to be teachers By Florence Lau Your Weekend Editor When Patrice Hutton graduated from Hopkins in 2008, unlike many of … WBS featured in Johns Hopkins News-Letter Magazine
Last week, WBS launched a partnership with Parallel Octave, a Baltimore based improvising chorus. Parallel Octave director Dara Weinburg and group members visited WBS’s 7th grade workshop at Margaret Brent Elementary/Middle School. The workshop taught students about the the role of the Greek chorus in theater and discussed modern uses of the chorus in literature. … Parallel Octave collaboration kicks off National Poetry Month