Four Writers: 

Chris Warman
Victoria Adams-Kennedy
Justin Sanders
Mary Beth Mullarkey

Reading

at The Room - Mt. Vernon 

Chris Warman is a writer from Baltimore, MD. His book, The Universal Machine, is available at longcommentpubs.com. Chris received his M.F.A. in Creative Writing and Publishing Arts from the University of Baltimore. He served as the Editor-in-Chief of Welter, UB's nationally circulated literary journal, for its 2011 and Fall 2014 editions. His works have been published in Welter and the online humorist journal Hobo Pancakes.


Victoria Adams-Kennedy is a writer and vocalist from Baltimore, Maryland, where her love of books and music was nurtured at a young age. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing and Publishing Arts from the University of Baltimore and performs regularly with her band in the Maryland/D.C. area. Victoria is the author of Where Love Goes, a collection of short stories that connects characters across the Diaspora. She is also one of the featured authors in the bestselling anthology, The Dating Game: Short Stories about the Search for Mr. Right. Look for her debut novel, coming soon from Brown Girls Books.


Mary Beth Mullarkey, a recent graduate of UB’s MFA program, primarily writes fiction that is strongly influenced by history and culture. Her latest published work, Wild Mountain Thyme, is heavily based on her background as a descendent of Irish immigrants growing up in New York. When not working her day job contributing to financial-related newsletters and reports, she likes to bake cookies, read about serial killers, and travel on road trips, though not necessarily all at once.

Justin Sanders is a ghost from Baltimore. His words can be found most recently in his book, "for all the other ghosts," in The Avenue Journal, and on the city's walls.