Internships, teaching placements, and opportunities.
Check out Associate Professor Marion Winik's podcast, The Weekly Reader , on WYPR Radio. Each week she answers the question, "What should I read next?" with her lively commentary on new releases.
Learn about our M.F.A. Reading Series as well as the myriad projects that students and faculty are conceiving, producing and nurturing on their own.
Students are actively involved in the local literary community through internships, for which they receive course credit and in some cases stipends. The program director will work with you to find a fulfilling placement.
Furthermore, our students have access to the Baltimore Poetry Library , a compilation of thousands of volumes of poetry in various formats that constitutes the single largest collection of poetry in the mid-Atlantic region. The library, housed in the Klein Family School of Communications Design, documents and archives the full history of Baltimore’s poetry-related literary communities.
Also, many of our students are working as teachers; we work to place students in many local schools and community colleges.
- Baltimore City Paper
- Baltimore Fishbowl
- Baltimore Jewish Times
- Baltimore Magazine
- Baltimore Style magazine
- Cobalt Review
- Creative Alliance
- Ink Press Productions
- Little Patuxent Review
- Passager Books
- Smartish Pace
- Words & Numbers: project coordinator
- Baltimore City Public School System
- Carroll Community College
- Howard Community College
- University of Baltimore
- University of Maryland, Baltimore County
- Waxter Senior Center