Lit Bit: To Miss April 7th’s Lit & Art Would Be A Crime

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It would be a crime to miss the next Lit and Art at the Watermark on April 7 from 2 to 5 p.m.  

The scene: 100 South Charles Street, second floor of the Bank of America building right across from Baltimore’s Inner Harbor. The skinny: five authors and poets share their works of literature, poetry, and crime fiction. Accomplices: live music, original artwork. Exhibit A: wine; Exhibit B: light refreshments. Spotted at the crime scene: You.

The April Lit & Art event features readers traveling from as far as Indiana — and as close as our own back alleyway. Featured authors and poets include Lucrecia Guerrero, Jerry Holt, Julie Wakeman-Linn, Austin Camacho, and Kathy Cottle. Live music by singer/songwriter Goodloe Byron and original artwork by Manzar.  Hosted by Nitin Jagdish and Eric D. Goodman.

Bring five minutes of your own work to share during the open mic session.

The Lit & Art Reading Series is free and open to the public. Wine and refreshments will be served. Join us for Lit and Art at the Watermark from 2 to 5 p.m. on Sunday, April 7.

You don’t have to be a sleuth to figure out why it’s been called “the best excuse to get lit in Baltimore on a Sunday afternoon.”

Learn more (and join the online Lit & Art community) at!/groups/181120815252390/?fref=ts.


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Eric D. Goodman, Books Correspondent

Eric’s column, Lit Bit, is published regularly to Gather Essentials: Books.  Featuring bits on writing, writers, books, and literature, Lit Bit will fulfill your literary longings.

Eric is the author of Tracks: A Novel in Stories, published by Atticus Books and available at

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As a full time writer and editor, his work has appeared in a number of periodicals, including The Washington Post, The Los Angeles Times, The Baltimore Review, San Francisco Book Review,Writers Weekly, Barrelhouse, Potomac Review, Sacramento Book Review, The Arabesques Review, The Pedestal Magazine, The Potomac, JMWW, Freshly Squeezed, Scribble, Slow Trains, Barrelhouse, Whatever Literary Journal, Smile Hon You’re In Baltimore, Read Street, On Stage Magazine, Four-Cornered Universe, To Be Read Aloud, Neck of My Guitar, Travel Insights, Coloquio, Life in Me Like Grass on Fire, and New Lines from the Old Line State: An Anthology of Maryland Writers.

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