University of Massachusetts Amherst hosts the Poetry/Performances/Prose Series among other literary events including lectures, talks, and panel discussions with faculty, students, and visiting writers.
This event taxonomy is a Poets & Writers for a performance.
University of Massachusetts Boston's MFA Creative Writing program hosts occasional readings, lectures, and panel discussions by faculty, students, and visiting writers throughout the year. Most events are free and open to the public, but some are ticketed events.
Emerson College's Department of Writing, Literature, and Publishing hosts two reading series, the WLP Reading Series and the Faculty/Alumni Reading Series. Both are free and open to the public.
The Department of Writing, Literature, and Publishing collaborates with other academic departments and student organizations to bring renowned publishers, writers, and scholars to Emerson College.
Boston University's MFA Creative Writing program hosts many readings by faculty, students, and visiting writers, as well as lectures, talks, and panel discussions throughout the school year.
826 Boston is the Boston branch of a national nonprofit that offers free creative and expository writing workshops and tutoring for students. The center often hosts literary events, fundraisers, and community activities.
Town Hall Seattle is an events venue that holds numerous community, cultural, arts and entertainment, science, and civics events throughout the year. The Short Stories Live series presents author readings, storytelling, poetry readings, presentations, and more.
Located in Seattle's Ballard neighborhood, Secret Garden Books is a full service general bookstore featuring books for everyone, with a particular specialty in children's books.
They regularly host author readings and signings, talks, book club meetings, and other literary events, and have expanded their programming to include author events, school book fairs, and cultural events throughout the city.
Founded in the Ravenna neighborhood of Seattle in 2002, Third Place Books is a general interest bookstore with over 40,000 books.
The Ravenna location has Vios Cafe, a full-service sit-down Greek restaurant located at the back of the bookstore. Third Place Pub is located below Vios Café and the bookstore. Free Wi-Fi is available throughout the bookstore, café, and pub. The bookstore hosts readings, discussions, signings, and other literary events throughout the year.
Third Place Books hosts over one thousand free public events every year. The bookstore has a large public commons, five restaurants, free wireless internet, a community room, and a stage.
Events and the public area within Third Place Books are managed by a community organization, Friends of Third Place Commons, and supported by Third Place Books, the City of Lake Forest Park, and the merchants and management of the Town Center at Lake Forest Park.
The Central Library branch of the Seattle Public Library regularly hosts lectures, author readings and signings, book clubs, discussion groups, presentations and panels, storytime for grown-ups, reading series, and more.