Members meet for approximately two hours each Wednesday at 7: Six to eight authors are encouraged to sign up a week in advance to read their manuscript aloud. Members in attendance provide constructive comments on the work either orally or in writing or both dealing with the writing mechanics, marketability or getting published.
Resources for Writers Center for Literary Arts Located in downtown Frostburg and sponsored by FSU, The Frostburg Center for Literary Arts serves Western Maryland and the surrounding areas by celebrating the literary arts through a variety of public events and productions, by educating and broadening an interested audience for literature, and by fostering new writers and their work.
Do you need a comfortable, vibrant space to read or write? We have coffee, wi-fi access, writing reference books, and contemporary literary journals to browse.
We also have free copies of our local publications: Bittersweet, Backbone Mountain Review, and Nightsun.
While you're at it, check out our local author book display or our animated poetry videos! Activities include bringing writers to the Frostburg community for public readings, workshops, and discussions; the publication and distribution of Backbone Mountain Review in partnership with the Allegany Arts Council and the Allegany County Public Library System; production of Oasis, a short weekly radio program on WFWM; a reading space with contemporary literary journals and access to a selection of the Lannan videos featuring writers such as Li-Young Lee, Adrienne Rich, Louise Gluck, and Octavio Paz; and literary opportunities for students and community members.
The Center is a crucial element to the downtown Frostburg arts and entertainment district, sponsoring regularly scheduled events such as writers' and readers' groups, the annual Nightsun conference, and readings by fiction writers and poets while forging partnerships with local businesses, including Dante's, Mountain City Coffee and Creamery, Mountain City Traditional Arts and Main Street Books.
We are a proud participant of the annual block parties and art walks and we invite readers and writers to stop in and visit us.
The Frostburg Center for Literary Arts is promoting the literary arts in northwestern Maryland and beyond. For More Information For information about the Frostburg Center for Literary Arts, our programs, the Creative Writing program at Frostburg State University, or to get on our mailing list of literary events please contact us using the information provided on this page.
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