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Maryland State Library for the Blind & Physically Handicapped (LBPH)

Located directly behind the Pratt's Central Library in Mount Vernon, with an entrance on Park Avenue near Franklin Street.

This location is wheelchair accessible.

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415 Park Ave, Baltimore, MD

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An Evening with Adelaide Books featuring Janine Desvaux, and Matthew Nino Azcuy, Heather Rounds

Join Adelaide Books authors as they share from their work and talk about the publishing process, featuring Matthew Nino Azcuy and Heather Rounds. Heather...

4/4 6:30pm
Poetry Workshop I: Experiments in Traditional English and American Forms

Write in one of the forms, including the sonnet, using a theme of your choosing. Clarinda Harriss is a professor emerita of English at Towson University...

4/10 6:30pm
Poetry Workshop II: Experiments in Non-Traditional and Non-European Forms

Forms include the pantoum (Malaysian), the ghazal (Indian), and the Golden Shovel (invented by poet Terrance Hayes); write in one of the forms, using a theme...

4/17 6:30pm
Poetry Workshop III: Invented Forms

You invent both the form and the theme! Give the form a name and be ready to explain the rules for that form. Don't make the rules so complicated we can't...

4/24 6:30pm
Poetry & Conversation: Ned Balbo, G.H. Mosson, & Nomi Stone

Ned Balbo is the author of The Trials of Edgar Poe and Other Poems, awarded the Poets’ Prize and the Donald Justice Prize. His fifth book, 3 Nights of the...

5/1 6:30pm

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