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Member, Association of Writers and Writing Programs (AWP)
Member, Modern Language Association (MLA)
Member, Maryland Citizens for the Arts (MCA)
Member, Maryland Association of Nonprofit Organizations (MANO)
Director, Greater Baltimore Cultural Alliance (2012–2014) Advocacy Committee
Director, Poe Baltimore (2012– ) Vice President and Chair, Education Committee
Advisory Committee, Maryland Humanities Council, Maryland Center for the Book
Advisory Committee, Maryland State Arts Council, “Imagine Maryland” Strategic Plan
Past President, MidAtlantic Book Publishers Association
- Panelist, Literature: Audience Development, National Endowment for the Arts (NEA 2014)
- “Town and Gown: Partnerships Between Literary Centers and University Creative Writing Programs,” Gregg Wilhelm moderator with panelists Thea Temple, The Writer’s Garret Literary Center; Linda Ketchum, 49 Alaska Writing Center; Kendra Kopelke, University of Baltimore MFA program; Ellen Waterston The Nature of Words and Oregon State University-Cascades Low Residency MFA program (AWP 2013)
- “Creating a Literary Center,” panelist with Lisa Hartz, The Muse Writers Center, moderator (AWP 2013)
- “How to Start a Literary Center and Thrive Through the Decades,” panelist with Jocelyn Hale, Loft Literary Center, moderator (AWP 2011)
- Lecturer, Panelist, and Moderator at dozens of writers’ conferences, including Florida Literary Arts Coalition, Bay to Ocean Writers’ Conference, Baltimore Writers’ Conference, Conversations & Connections, Virginia Festival for the Book, Maryland Writers' Association, Small Press Expo
- “40 Under 40” Profile, Baltimore Business Journal
- “Best of Baltimore” Arts MVP, Baltimore
- Thomas, Martha. “Writers Rewritten.” AirTran Go. June 2013, Issue 98: 61. Print.
- “Learning Community Students ‘Uncover the Veil’ of Team Writing,” University of Baltimore Magazine, Spring 2013. Article about team-writing strategy employed in English 200-level course at the University of Baltimore. Print and web.
- Oliver-Lawson, Vickie. “Baltimore Recognizes One Decade of Celebrating Literary Arts.” Examiner. 14 April 2013. Web.
- Woods, Baynard. “City That Reads: CityLit Project and Pratt Library Celebrate 10 Years of CityLit.” City Paper. 10 April 2013: 15-16. Print.
- Michalski, Jen. “Baltimore: City Guides.” Poets & Writers. 8 April 2013. Web.
- Van den Berg, Laura. “Literary Boroughs #37: Baltimore, MD.” Ploughshares. 15 January 2013. Web.
- Harris, Heather. “City Sage: Gregg Wilhelm finally steers his ambitious CityLit Project into publishing.” City Paper. 15 September 2010: 12. Print.
- Staff, Daily News. “CityLit Project, a six-year-old literary arts organization, will take up residence in the University of Baltimore’s School of Communications Design.” Poets & Writers. 16 September 2010. Web.
- Larimer, Kevin. “Small Press Points.” Poets & Writers. May/June 2010: 18. Print.
- Rosen, Judith. “The ‘Other’ University Press: Presses Find a Home on Campuses.” Publishers Weekly. 1 February 2010: 8-9. Print.
- Pash, Barbara. “Reader Friendly: What we’re reading this summer.” Baltimore Jewish Times. 6 June 2008: 42-47.
- Shull, Lauren. “Loving the Printed Word: Loyola’s unique student-staffed book publishing operation and the CityLit Project are both ways to get Baltimoreans, especially the young, ‘excited about the literary arts.’” Baltimore Sun. May 25, 2008: 22A. Print.
- Rosen, Judith. “Animal House? No, Apprentice House: POD and student staff build a list.” Publishers Weekly. 6 April 2007: 11. Print.
- Tinney, Jason. “What’s Next: Gregg Wilhelm.” Urbanite. March 2006: 55. Print.
- McCallum-Smith, Susan. “What Makes Baltimore the City that Reads? A Roundtable with Baltimore’s Literati.” Urbanite. August 2005: 21-23. Print.