Media & Literature

Media & Literature

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, ...

A Series About Local Authors by Tyler Mendelsohn We all experience the world from our own unique perspective, but when we try to understand others, we broaden that world. In ...

A Q&A with artist and activist Michelle Antoinette Nelson By Bret McCabe On December 4, 2012, the Baltimore-based artist, photographer, poet, and activist Michelle Antoinette Nelson tweeted a photo of ...

Tyler Mendelsohn Interviews Author D. Watkins about his Upcoming Writers Panel at the Baltimore Book Festival At 4PM on Saturday, September 24th at the Baltimore Book Festival, D. Watkins, an ...

A Series About Local Authors by Tyler Mendelsohn While many of the characters in Jen Grow’s short story collection "My Life as a Mermaid" are searching for their voice, the ...

The Author of The Wages of Desire in Conversation with Tyler Mendelsohn Stephen Kelly is a novelist and former reporter whose works experiment with the conventions of the mystery novel, ...

How Station Eleven, The Chronology of Water, and Guyana prove the arts essential to everyday life By Tyler Mendelsohn In school, the arts are often regarded as something extra, not ...

Angela N. Carroll Interviews True Laurels Founder and Editor Lawrence Burney Vibrant, radiant reflections of Baltimore art and alternative culture are bold archetypes of the True Laurels aesthetic. I have been ...

A Conversation with the authors of "Scroll 3: On Site" by Joseph Shaikewitz “Scroll 3: On Site” is a forthcoming publication by Brandon Buckson, May Kim, and Allie Linn—current interns at ...

For this episode of Conversations Nancy Murray interviews writer/publisher Gregg Wilhelm. Gregg Wilhelm is a lifelong resident of Baltimore; born in Hampden and currently residing in the Patterson Park area. ...

This episode of Conversations features Jen Michalski interviewed by Nancy Murray. Born in 1972 in East Baltimore, Jen Michalski is a Baltimore-based author who received a BA in Literature from ...

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