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“Jen is an astonishingly sensitive writer.” – HTML Giant


“Jen Michalski excels in subtlety that is made possible by her nuanced understanding of voice.” – The Rumpus


“Jen is a writerly heavyweight.” – Nate Brown, American Short Fiction


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New Baltimore Writing and Publishing Workshops

In you’re in charm city, you might want to check these out!

Insider’s Guide to Publishing with Justin Kramon
Saturday Oct 1, 2-4pm, Creative Alliance, Baltimore.
($25, $20 mbrs includes a copy of Kramon’s book.)

New York writer Justin Kramon’s novel Finny (Random House) has been featured in papers from the Boston Globe to London’s Financial Times, and he’s been using his book tour to share publishing tips picked up along the way with writers all over the country. Handouts include his submission letter to agents, lists of editors and internet databases, and game plans for getting your book or short story into print. After, Kramon opens the floor for questions and discussion about the publication process.

Entering the Publishing Matrix: Agents, Editors, and Issues for Writers (WRI 052)
Wednesday, October 5 – November 2, 7pm-9pm, Registration: $65, CCBC Catonsville
Learn to navigate the maze of options available to writers from DIY strategies to the latest technologies so that you can have the most positive publishing experience possible. Conducted by Gregg Wilhelm, executive director of CityLit Project and publisher of CityLit Press.

REGISTER at CCBC Catonsville.
The Wednesday evening class is actually held at Catonsville High School, directly across the street from the CCBC Catonsville campus. The map location for Catonsville High School at 421 Bloomsbury Avenue, Baltimore, MD 21228.