10.16.2021

Free Generative Workshop - Sunday, October 17 - 2:00-3:00 p.m.

by Barbara Westwood Diehl

Need to get some writing time on your calendar? You can register to write with us up until 1:30 p.m. on October 17, half an hour before we begin! Prompts provided. Here's the registration link: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/write-with-us-tickets-159938062049

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10.11.2021

Monday Miscellany - October 11, 2021

by Baltimore Review Staff Members

Write with us! Sunday, October 17, 2:00-3:00 p.m. https://www.eventbrite.com/e/write-with-us-tickets-159938062049           Creativity thrives within restraints.Adina EdelmanI once assisted in a writing workshop for teens. They were a fun bunch…

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10.4.2021

Monday Miscellany - October 4, 2021

by Baltimore Review Staff Members

While I was taking a vacation from all my BR duties last week, the journal passed 8,000 followers on Twitter. Not bragging and, to be honest, flooding social media with posts and tweets is not our thing. But it is cool to be in a position to amplify news from our contributors and arts organizations.…

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9.26.2021

Monday Miscellany - September 27, 2021

by Baltimore Review Staff Members

Bookstores are some of my favorite places. Even when I was a kid, and I knew I wasn’t allowed to get anything, I would browse the shelves for hours on end. When my parents dragged me to a mall, I inevitably found the first opportunity to disappear into a Waldens or Borders or B&N until it was…

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9.20.2021

Monday Miscellany - September 20, 2021

by Baltimore Review Staff Members

News and Writing Prompts!Baltimore Review 2021Baltimore Review 2021, the compilation of the poems, short stories, and creative nonfiction in our Summer and Fall 2020 and Winter and Spring 2021 online issues, is now available on Amazon. Copies have been ordered for the Library of Congress, NewPages,…

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9.13.2021

Monday Miscellany - September 13, 2021

by Baltimore Review Staff Members

Our annual print compilation should be ready to send off to contributors within a day or two. Yes!_____________It was an honor to be part of the first Pier-Glass Poetry Panel on May 6, 2021, along with poets Kari Gunter-Seymour and Jeremy Page, and hosted by Stan Galloway. I checked YouTube, and now…

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9.6.2021

Monday Miscellany - September 6, 2021

by Baltimore Review Staff Members

Happy Labor Day! Great to see Marc Alan Di Martino's poem from the Spring 2019 issue translated into Italian (English version is here too)--and getting a wider audience. The poem is also the opener of his book "Unburial."------------------------Happy to report that we are almost done…

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8.30.2021

Monday Miscellany - August 30, 2021

by Baltimore Review Staff Members

Happy Monday! I see that today is Frankenstein Day, the birthday of Mary Wollstonecraft Shelley, author of Frankenstein; or, the Modern Prometheus, published in 1818. Celebrate by reading the book for free on the Project Gutenberg site, one of 66,099 ebooks and one of 26 by Shelley you can read…

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8.23.2021

Monday Miscellany - August 23, 2021

by Baltimore Review Staff Members

What are you doing right now?Hunched over the table? Feet crossed? Eyebrows furrowed?Adina EdelmanNobody likes reading loads of description in a story. It drags down the flow of the narrative and is often unnecessary. But we don’t want to steer too far in the opposite direction either.Check out…

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8.16.2021

Monday Miscellany - August 16, 2021

by Baltimore Review Staff Members

On Showing Up to WriteI think we've all read articles on showing up. We've all heard motivational quotes like "Just do it" and "Showing up is half the battle" and "Write every day." Some of us thrive in an office space with motivational posters decorated with kittens and coffee cups and fountain…

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