Fri & Sat: noon-8pm
Mt. Vernon Place,
centered on 600
North Charles St,
Baltimore MD 21201
The Baltimore Book Festival has a group of great programming partners that present interesting authors and topics over the festival weekend. Take a look at our 2013 programming partners.
CityLit Project elevates enthusiasm for literary arts in the Baltimore metropolitan area. CityLit builds and connects a community of avid readers and writers across Maryland though public events, workshops, publishing, and collaboration. CityLit opens opportunities for young people and diverse audiences to embrace the literary arts.
The Children's Bookstore was founded in 1978 and specializes in fine children's literature and illustration. Sidelines include some licensed stuffed toys, Gund products, Folkmanis puppets, posters, seasonal items, cards, books on tape and CD, storytelling tapes, as well as children's music tapes and CDs.
The Children's Bookstore is located in Roland Park at 737 Deepdene Road (just around the corner from Roland Avenue).
The Enoch Pratt Free Library is one of the oldest free public library systems in the United States. We serve the residents of Baltimore with locations throughout the city, and the residents of Maryland as the State Library Resource Center.
Our mission is "to provide equal access to information and services that empower, enrich, and enhance the quality of life for all."
The mission of the Johns Hopkins University Press is to excel in the selection, preparation, and innovative dissemination of works that advance teaching and research and enlighten a diverse audience of readers. The Press also seeks to sustain itself financially.
Opening Eyes. Opening Ears. Opening Minds.
The Maryland Humanities Council (MHC) brings communities together, promoting conversations about important issues. We encourage Marylanders with different backgrounds and viewpoints to see, hear and learn more about others and themselves. We believe that only informed, engaged citizens can build healthy, democratic societies.
This year’s One Maryland One Book author, Steven Galloway will be appearing in the Literary Salon on Sunday, September 30th presented by the Maryland Humanities Council and the Baltimore Book Festival!
Author Interview: The Cellist of Sarajevo by Steven Galloway
The Maryland Romance Writers (MRW) is a chapter of the Romance Writers of America. The mission of MRW is “to promote excellence in romantic fiction and advance the professional interests of career-focused romance writers through networking and advocacy, dissemination of information, professional education, publications, and other appropriate activities and to provided continuing support for writers within the romance publishing industry.”
Red Emma's Bookstore Coffeehouse is a worker-owned and collectively-managed bookstore and coffeehouse located in Baltimore's Mount Vernon neighborhood. It is also the producer of the Radical Bookfair Pavilion at the Baltimore Book Festival.