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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

Upcoming Events

Decolonize Your Bookshelves Launch with Gina Apostol

Before Gina Apostol's fourth novel, Insurrecto, hit the shelves, Publishers' Weekly named it one of the Ten Best Books of 2018. Insurrecto was also named...

6/6 6:30pm
Writers LIVE: Dan Rodricks, Father’s Day Creek: On Fly Fishing, Fatherhood and the Last Best Place on Earth

Dan Rodricks is a long-time columnist (and podcast host) for The Baltimore Sun, and a local radio and television personality who has won several national and...

6/12 6:30pm
Celebrating the 2019 Poetry Contest Finalists with Little Patuxent Review

The 2019 Enoch Pratt Free Library / Little Patuxent Review Poetry Contest finalists read along with one of the contest judges and two winners of the Poetry...

8/6 6:30pm
Writers LIVE: Chris Formant, Saving Washington: The Forgotten Story of the Maryland 400 and The Battle of Brooklyn

Saving Washington: The Forgotten Story of the Maryland 400 and The Battle of Brooklyn blends real-life historical figures and events with richly developed...

8/20 6:30pm

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Steve Hollaway

Steve Hollaway left a positive review 11/14/2018

Two excellent poets! Spires' Zen-influenced work was especially striking.

Steve Hollaway

Steve Hollaway left a positive review 5/1/2019

All three poets were good. Especially interesting was Nomi Stone's poetry growing out of her anthropological field work with the fake Middle Eastern village used to train US soldiers.

Evelyn Morton

Evelyn Morton left a positive review 12/5/2017

Hello, my name is Evelyn and I am a writer. I would like to give my review in a good conference because I am very interested in the issue of education now and how the K-12 educational system works. Since John Merrow is a very educated person in this matter, I get a lot of useful answers and was write them in my blog https://homeworkneeded.com/blog/hybrid-classes so everyone who will be interested can find a lot of useful information there. Look forward to going to such a meeting again. Thank you!

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