The Newmark Theatre, located in Antoinette Hatfield Hall at the Portland’5 Centers for the Arts, is an 880-seat theater that hosts theater productions, concerts, author readings and talks, literary events, lectures and discussions, and other events throughout the year.
This event taxonomy is a Poets & Writers for a performance.
Holocene is a music and arts venue, nightclub, and events space in Southeast Portland. Since 2003, they have hosted a broad range of events, including live music, touring acts, dance and multimedia parties, performances, screenings, poetry readings, The Moth storytelling series, discussions, community gatherings, and more.
The Visiting Writer Series at Reed College is sponsored by the Department of English. The intent is to bring interesting and diverse writers of prose and poetry to Reed to do readings and discussions. The department maintains a mailing list to which interested people can subscribe, to receive details of the upcoming readings.
The Visiting Writers Series takes place in the Eliot Chapel. The readings begin at 6:30PM. Books are sold and refreshments are served.
A Poetry Salon event series occurs one Thursday per month from 4:30-6:00PM in Greywood Lounge.
The Independent Publishing Resource Center’s mission is to facilitate creative expression, identity, and community by providing individual access to tools and resources for creating independently published media and artwork. Since its inception in 1998 the center has been dedicated to encouraging the growth of a visual and literary publishing community by offering a space to gather and exchange information and ideas, as well as to produce work. The IPRC regularly holds workshops, classes, talks, readings, performances, presentations, and book release events.
Mother Foucault’s Bookshop is a serious book lover’s haven with a curated collection of literature, philosophy, literary criticism, foreign language books, and more. They regularly host literary events such as readings, talks, panels, and performances.
Broadway Books is a locally owned, independent bookstore that has been an active member of the Northeast Portland community since 1992. Committed to bringing together authors and readers in an interactive environment, in supporting local authors, and in being a supportive member of their neighborhood, the bookstore hosts numerous author readings, literary events, book signings, and talks throughout the year.
Passages Bookshop specializes in unusual, out-of-print, and rare books, prints, and original materials with a focus on poetry, modern art and literature, fine printing and artists' books, and related fields. They also host events and readings in their shared studio and gallery space.
A neighborhood independent bookstore, Annie Bloom’s Books carries a broad range of new (not used) books across many genres. Along with a strong fiction section, they excel in children's and young adult, travel, current events, and cooking. The bookstore hosts frequent book readings and signings, writer talks, local authors, and First Friday activities.