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NDMU at the Baltimore Book Festival


NDMU alumnae Marilyn Ehm '14 and Rachel Jones '13 read from their work at the September 2014 Baltimore Book Festival during a session featuring graduates of creative writing programs at local universities.


  • Project Coordinator, Baltimore Convention Center
  • Reporter, The Avenue News
  • Managing Editor, Urbanite Magazine
  • Freelance Writer, The Baltimore Examiner
  • Senior Consultant, Booz, Allen, Hamilton
  • Director of Development, Parks & People
  • English Teacher, Drama Department Moderator, Seton Keough High School
  • English Teacher, Baltimore County Public Schools
  • Editorial Assistant at Amazwi Writers, an International Literary Journal, South Africa
  • Co-Director of the Maryland Writing Project
  • Assistant Professor of English, University of Florida
  • Published nonfiction author
  • English teacher, Perry Hall Christian School
  • Assistant, Baltimore Mayor's office

Graduate and Professional Schools

  • Goucher College
  • Towson University
  • University of Vermont
  • University of New Orleans
  • University of Delaware
  • Hollins College
  • West Virginia University
  • University of Birmingham (UK)
  • University of Southern Mississippi
  • University of Pittsburgh
  • Johns Hopkins University
  • San Jose University
  • Fulbright Scholar


  • Katie Conn.  “What You’re Writing.” In Baltimore’s Urbanite.  Issue 23.  May, 2006.
  • Rachel Jones. "Kora, After Her Mother's Diagnosis." Blue Route. Widener University: Jan 2013.
  • Rachel Jones. "Mrs. Warren, English class." The Albion Review. Albion College: 2013.
  • Lee-Ann Liles.  “Postcards.”  In Caketrain, Volume 1, Issue 3, Spring, 2006.
  • Lee-Ann Liles.  “The Writer’s Belly.”  Talking River Review, Spring, 2007.
  • Lee-Ann Liles. Selections in Bermuda Anthology of Poetry II. 2011.
  • Kayla Meyers. "Python." Postcard Memoirs. Jan 2012.
  • Mary Anne Reese. Raised by Water. Finishing Line Press, 2011.
  • Claire Wang.  “A Family Enigma: The Case of the Missing Gene.”  In the anthology Familial.  The People’s Press.  Baltimore: 2005.
  • Claire Wang.  “Filling in the Racial Bubble.”  Edgar Literary Magazine.  Summer/Fall, 2006.