Gregg Wilhelm was a featured author at Anne Arundel Community College's Writers Reading @ AACC series.
Compilation of Gregg Wilhelm's appearances on WBAL-TV promoting books and literary events.
Full Excerpts and Writing Samples
This project includes complete samples of Gregg Wilhelm's writing: novel excerpt, complete short story sample and collection description, poetry, nonfiction, and an essay.
CityLit Festival Highlights
Gregg Wilhelm's work as a literary arts administrator includes developing the popular annual CityLit Festival. This video represents some of the free events highlights over the years.
CityLit Project Youth Programs
Highlights of CityLit's outreach to youth through creative writing and project management strategies.
Geo-Poe: A Literary Geo-Caching Adventure
“Geo-Poe” was a city-wide literary geo-caching adventure dreamed up and coordinated by Gregg Wilhelm in the Fall 2014. Fifteen writers (from established authors to emerging voices) penned short short stories surrounding the mysterious death of Edgar Allan Poe or stories written in a Poe-esque style. These stories were hidden around Baltimore in spots relevant to the narrative, and readers-seekers used mobile devices to find-and-read the story caches. Clues to each stashed cache were posted via social media. The project took on extra life as a reading was staged at Westminster Hall, Eight Stone Press published a chapbook, and a culminating event celebrating the publication of the chapbook took place at Atomic Books. Participants stated that the experience was a highlight of their year, and stories produced by the writers were uniformly excellent.
Baltimore City - Highlandtown A&E District
Gregg Wilhelm's entire life has been wrapped up in books: writer, publisher, teacher, and arts administrator.
Gregg is founder emeritus of CityLit Project, a nonprofit literary arts organization that has served readers and writers in the Baltimore metropolitan area since 2004, and he continues to... more