Meet the Neighbors: Q&A with Patti Ross of the Maryland Writers’ Association

Patti Spady Ross graduated from American University with a degree in Journalism. Having published several articles in the Washington Times and the Rural America newspapers, Patti settled on a career in the corporate technology arena and the raising of her two daughters. Thirty years later she is sharing her voice as a spoken word artist, […]

Meet the Neighbors: Q&A with Agent Emily Williamson of Williamson Literary

Emily Williamson is a Baltimore-based agent and the founder of Williamson Literary. She represents a variety of projects in non-fiction and fiction. A graduate of the M.A. in Writing program at Johns Hopkins University, she also worked for 13 years as an archaeologist. We’re very grateful she’s willing to answer a few questions for us. […]

Meet the Neighbors: Q&A with Lucy Bucknell of Writing Outside the Fence

Lucy Bucknell is the founding director of Writing Outside the Fence, a writing program for returning citizens in Baltimore. Her fiction and poetry have appeared in Alaska Quarterly Review; The Baltimore Review; The Chattahoochee Review; Cream City Review; Fiction; The Laurel Review; Natural Bridge; Pleiades; Southern Humanities Review; War, Literature & the Arts; Willow Review; and elsewhere. After teaching for several years in both The Writing […]

Meet the Neighbors: Literary Family at The Writer’s Center

This guest post comes from Zach Powers, the communications manager for The Writer’s Center (4508 Walsh St, Chevy Chase, MD 20815). When I came to The Writer’s Center in February 2018, I didn’t know much more about it than the fact that it was a literary arts nonprofit. I was new to the Washington, D.C., […]