It’s okay if you want to hole yourself up with some hot chocolate and a warm blanket. We’ll bring the reading to you. Here’s a reading from WYPR‘s The Signal by Susan Muaddi Darraj, one of the judges we’re lucky to have for the 2014 Literary Contest. When you’re done, get your own submissions in to us. Read our guidelines here.
November 17, 2014
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM
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730 Dulaney Valley Road
Towson, MD 21204
Aaron Henkin, Host, The Signal, Sr. Producer & Cultural Features Reporter, will share “Writing for the ear versus writing for the page” and “Using innovative structures to tell everyday stories in new ways”. — at the November meeting of the MWA’s Baltimore Chapter on Monday, November 17, 2014 at Ukazoo Bookstore 730 Dulaney Valley Rd, Towson, MD 21204 · (410) 832-2665. The meeting will begin promptly at 7:00 pm.
About the speaker:
Aaron Henkin is a co-creator and producer of “The Signal” on WYPR. His work has aired nationally on NPR’s “Morning Edition” and “All Things Considered,” PRI’s “Studio 360” and “The World,” and APM’s “The Story.” Aaron is also the creator, producer and host of the Smithsonian Folkways Recordings radio series, “Tapestry of the Times.”
For all the MWA Chapter Meeting listings,visit the MWA website.
In advance of launching its new Maryland Art Marketplace, the MSAC is inviting Maryland artists of all disciplines to sign-up for the Maryland Artist Registry, and encouraging those with online selling sites for their art, crafts or artistic merchandise to opt-in to the Maryland Art Marketplace during the process.
Once launched later this fall, the Maryland Art Marketplace will be promoted by the Arts Council and its partners as a hub for Maryland-made art—including books, music and visual art—that is available for purchase online.
To read more, visit the MSAC website.
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The 2nd annual HallowRead will be held October 24th and 25th in Ellicott City, Maryland. On Saturday, Oct. 25th, I’ll be participating on a couple of panels, visiting with fans of urban fantasy, dark fantasy, horror, steampunk, ghosts, vampires, zombies, etc., and, of course, signing my books.
Leading up to this darkly wonderful con, I thought I’d share a few appropriate links, an excerpt from one of my stories, and other HallowReadish odds & ends.
As a fan of “The Walking Dead,” I couldn’t resist making my 1st themed post about zombies. Though I must admit, this season of the television show so far has creeped me out. The whole hunter or prey vibe, while it fits the Zombie Apocalypse, is more disturbing than last year’s Governor and crew.
To survive a Zombie Apocalypse, you might need a fortress like the one in
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The MWA will be present and participating in the 8th Annual Western Maryland Indie Lit Festival. Stop by and say hello, or check out MWA President Lalita Noronha in the “Ask an Editor” panel.
For more information on the festival and program, visit the Frostburg University website.
The annual literary contest is in the works–check back for more details on dates and submission guidelines!
The MWA has an open board position for Critique Group Coordinator. The position is responsible for communication to group leaders and would be the lead contact for members seeking critique groups in the genre of their choice. If interested, please email a short bio to firstname.lastname@example.org.