9 April, 2019
Skype Q&A with MSU Students
The LBGT Resource Center and the Student Veteran Resource Center are collaborating on a community book discussion. “Out of Step” by Anthony Moll is a story about a bisexual veteran who served during “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell”. There will be a conversation about the first half of the book on March 26 where you can bring your own lunch. On April 9, the author will zoom in and host a discussion and a Q&A.
11 April, 2019
Judging the 2019 Baltimore Youth Poet Laureate Competition
27 April, 2019
Conversations & Connections
George Mason University, Arlington Campus
Who We Write For: Queer Writers on Their Intended Audience
In this panel, four queer writers discuss their ideal audience. Do we feel a responsibility to any community? Do we write for a queer or a non-queer audience? Questions of audience are complex for any writer, but particularly for writers who are part of any marginalized group. There’s the broader question of whether we want to educate people who don’t share our (or parts of our) identity, or if we want people who do to feel seen. But the reasons behind who we write for are also highly personal. This will be a fascinating discussion amongst great, thoughtful writers.
20 May, 2019
Lambda Literary Awards 2019 Finalists Reading
Philadelphia Public Library Independence Branch
Come join me and other finalists for the 31st annual Lambda Literary Awards as we read from our nominated works, just a few months before the award ceremony.
4 – 6 August, 20190
Book Release Kickoff Party!
It’s here! Join Anthony as he reads from his new book, Out of Step and celebrates the official launch of his first memoir. Come help us celebrate the launch, grab a copy, get it signed, and snag drinks in the bookstore’s Eightbar.
Writers LIVE Presents Anthony Moll
Central Library, Enoch Pratt Free Library
African American Department
400 Cathedral Street
Join us at the library kickoff for Out of Step, as Enoch Pratt Free Library brings Anthony to their celebrated series of authors, Writers Live!
@The DC Center for the LGBT Community
1 p.m. Michelle Tea v. Memoir
Anthony and his Lit!Pop!Bang! co-host CeCe introduce and interview the festival’s keynote speakers, Michelle Tea. The keynote presentation will be recorded and included in an upcoming episode of the podcast.
5 p.m. Truth, Lies & In-Between
Anthony joins a panelists of fiction and nonfiction writers to read from their latest work and discuss the ways in which their writing engages with what is “true.”
Catch Anthony at Philly’s favorite beer-and-perogies-oriented reading series, TireFire. More info TBA soon!
28 – 30 September
Baltimore Book Festival
Catch Cece and Anthony as they record a live episode of the Lit!Pop!Bang! at the 2018 Baltimore Book Fest.
1 – 3 November
Renaissance Phoenix Downtown Hotel
Not Your Mother’s University Press: Publishing Nonfiction with Academic Presses
With Sarah Fawn Montgomery, Kristen Elias Rowley, Sophronia Scott and Kathryn Nuernberger.
More info TBA soon
Poetry and Wine
Anthony reads with a group of Baltimore writers to help celebrate the release of Amy Saul-Zerby’s new book, Deep Camouflage.
festival runs 9:30 a.m. – 5:30 p.m., panel tba
Panel: Writing From the Margins: Uncovering our Hidden Narratives Through Creative Nonfiction
University of Baltimore’s William H. Thumel, Sr. Business Center
Elizabeth Evitts Dickinson hosts four Baltimore writers who are challenging notions of race, class, gender, ethnicity, family, and identity through their storytelling. Representing a range of forms—poetry, memoir, journalism, essay—they will read from their work, and discuss the craft of research and writing creative nonfiction in order to illuminate how each of us can better mine for our own stories and bring them to life.
21 April, 3:30 p.m.
Split This Rock Festival
Panel: Walls Won’t Divide Us: Resisting by Exploring Baltimore Murals
National Housing Center – Festival Hub
1201 15th Street, NW
Washington, DC 20005
Four Baltimore poets (celeste doaks, Steven Leyva, Ailish Hopper and Anthony Moll) have examined, and written poems inspired by, city murals. Mural art is a way of expressing or reflecting life, but also a means to resisting reductive stereotypes and uniting people.
15 July, 5 – 7 p.m.
Sunday Kind of Love
Busboys and Poets (14th & V) 2021 14th St, NW
Washington, DC, 20009
Sunday Kind of Love is a monthly open mic and reading series that features emerging and established poets from the Washington, D.C. area and around the nation.