CityLit Project presents Studio VIII: Writers on Craft, Creativity & Community was created as part of Free Fall Baltimore. The Studio is a unique opportunity for writers to experience lectures by two authors in different genres. This year’s Studio includes Illuminate: How digital storytelling can amplify and shift your writing with creative Denise Kumani Gantt arranged in two parts, and National Book Award finalist poet Rio Cortez for an in person event at The Lyric.
This event is FREE but attendees should register
Margaret Atwood is a prolific author of 18 books of poetry and 18 novels, including The Handmaid’s Tale (now an Emmy-winning television show on Hulu), as well as 11 nonfiction books and nine collections of short stories. She will give a lecture at Goucher College as part of a visiting professorship series.
The Robert and Jane Meyerhoff Visiting Professorship at Goucher College was created to bring distinguished scholars, teachers, and practitioners to Goucher’s campus to advance local and national dialogues on pressing issues of our time.