Chelsea Lemon Fetzer
Chelsea Lemon Fetzer holds an MFA in fiction from Syracuse University. Her fiction and poetry have appeared in journals such as Callaloo, Tin House, Mississippi Review, and Minnesota Review. A selection of her poetry received the honor of finalist for the 2015 Venture Award, and her debut chapbook is in the works. Fetzer lives in Baltimore, where she is mothering, teaching, working on a novel, the editor at Little Patuxent Review, and serving on the board of CityLit project.
Stories by Chelsea Lemon Fetzer
This fall, after working months in her studio, de la Brown is responding to what she uncovered in the archives with a public art installation in the George Peabody Library called Be(longing): Unveiling the Imprint of Black Women Hidden in Plain Sight.
Douglass, as a man, was continuously evolving, just as he fiercely advocated for societal evolution. On view until April 21, 2024, this exhibit reflects how our understanding of his legacy is ever moving forward as well.
This year marks the 20th annual CityLit Festival. And for the first time since the pandemic, the panels, readings, and performances will be fully back in person. It will be a three-day, three-venue event taking place March 25th, 28th, and 31st.
Baltimore’s Lunar Night Cultural Festival took place January 21 and 22, as a free weekend-long cultural event designed to embrace the richness of Asian culture and traditions through food and art in Baltimore’s Inner Harbor and Lake Shore Park.