Media & Literature

Media & Literature

Whales SPF 50 is the first in a series of commissioned videos by Wickerham and Lomax exploring poetic approaches to media. The evolutionary track becomes a place from which stereotypes, ...

An Interview with the Baltimore Reading Series Hey You, Come Back by Michael B. Tager For some time, I’d heard about a reading series based in a Station North bar ...

Baltimore's Best Places to Escape When You're Sick of Writing At Home: A Comprehensive List Curated by Michelle Junot Baltimore, home to a rich literary community, does not disappoint when ...

An Introduction to the GEOLOOM co>map, an online, interactive map of Baltimore City that embeds arts and culture data with traditional community indicators by Cara Ober When one Baltimorean meets another ...

An Interview with Madison Smartt Bell about his new novel Behind the Moon by Maya Alexandri Madison Smartt Bell writes like he is possessed – which, conveniently, he consistently claims, ...

Barbara Bourland's Spicy New Murder Mystery Takes on the Ethics of Fashion

I’ll Eat When I’m Dead is a murder mystery set at a fashion magazine -- full of designer gowns, powerful feminists, pills, and parties.

Michael Tager Delves into a Writing Den Without Limits: Zora’s Den My group formed organically enough: I asked my buddy, then two others, then we asked people we met through the ...

Ink Press Productions' Tracy Dimond and Amanda McCormick interviewed by Michael Tager Beyond a handshake or two, the first time I met Tracy Dimond and Amanda McCormick was at the ...

Author Emily Robbins’s new novel A Word for Love Explores the Culture, Passion, and Language of Syria by Kelsey Marden Language is a mouth-gaping human phenomenon. With over seven billion people in ...

The Illustrated Novella Land Beast: An Interview with Kate Wyer and Katie Feild by Michael B. Tager In 2015, Kate Wyer and Katie Feild debuted a beautiful, odd book called Land ...

Sacred and Stolen: Confessions of a Museum Director, offers an uneven, spirited, and engaging read by Kerr Houston In late September of 1995, at the opening of the Walters Art Gallery’s celebrated Going ...

A local author builds a reading and writing community with the help of Bird in Hand, Baltimore’s newest book café by Tyler Mendelsohn In The Summer She Was Under Water ...

Michelle Junot's Notes From My Phone by Tyler Mendelsohn Most of the time, people aren’t in public when they write notes into their phone. It tends to be a private act—a ...

Ellen Lupton speaks at Bird in Hand for The Ivy Bookshop’s Storyteller Speaker Series by Tyler Mendelsohn In Thinking with Type, author Ellen Lupton compares the combination of different typefaces ...

The BmoreArt Journal of Art + Ideas: Issue 3 Legacy by Cara Ober Now that we are living in a post-election world, one I didn't predict even for a second, ...

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