Join Sevilla Writers House for our annual Eleanor Rigby: A Reading for All the Lonely People. The week before Valentine's Day, poets and memoirists Jessica Abughattas, Chelsea Bayouth, Lyndsay Hall, and Jeremy Radin share work on love and loneliness. Music by Dvila the Witch.
This event taxonomy is a Poets & Writers for a performance.
Third Monday of every month, 7-9 p.m.
Arts Event--one poet, one prose writer, one musician and one visual artist sharing their talents.
Are you interested in writing, spoken word performance, or other performance arts? Join teens with similar interests and learn more about starting a club at the Library.
Nominated for a Broadway World cabaret Award
for “Best Variety Show or Recurring Series”
"I don't know what the hell that was, but I f*$&ing loved it!"
--recent Poetry/Cabaret audience member
The Lit & Art Reading Series has been showcasing the literary, musical, and artistic talents of local and regional authors, poets, artists, and musicians for more than a decade. Join us for a Sunday full of literature, art, and music. Join us at Bird in Hand on January 19th in welcoming writers Katherine Cottle, Linda Joy Burke, Austin Camacho, Lauren Beth Eisenberg Davis, Deanna Nikaido, and Judith Krummeck. In addition, please enjoy an art talk by Manzar Rassouli, and acoustic music by Pinto featuring Andrew Laughland. Eric D. Goodman and Nitin Jagdish will host the festivities!
Jeanne Powell is a poet and essayist, with four books in print from Taurean Horn Press and Regent Press: MY OWN SILENCE, WORD DANCING, TWO SEASONS, and CAROUSEL. She holds degrees from WSU and USF. She is the founder of Meridien PressWorks™, which has published 20 other writers. For ten years she hosted “Celebration of the Word,” a weekly open mic in San Francisco. Jeanne taught in the College Summit, OLLI and Upward Bound programs on college campuses. She is an online cultural critic, reviewing films, plays and concerts for starkinsider.com. Jeanne currently facilita
In a fresh new approach to Inlandia’s First Sundays programming at Riverside Art Museum, Master puppeteer Nicole Cloeren joins our beloved storyteller Karen Rae Kraut for a powerful mix of interactive storytelling and puppetry. Karen's stories and Nicole's puppets will open your eyes to new ways of interpreting the world and open your hearts to a powerful form of play. Nicole transforms everyday objects into unique and delightful characters to teach audience members basic puppeteering skills through interactive participation.
Five days of live radio and performance. From 1/29/2020 to 2/2/2020 at 46 Canal Street NYC and on radio.montezpress.com. All broadcasts are free and open to the public.
Let's meet downtown for our First Date. Charlie Janelle and Michael Londres host this monthly event series of poetry, prose, and sound art. Following each performer, ask your burning questions about craft, process, and their favorite flavor gelato. Wine will be served.
Chad Schepp / short fiction
Whitney Bard / poetry
Michelle Luong / guzheng and poetry
$5 suggested donation. Proceeds go to the featured performers.
Poet DANEZ SMITH presents their new collection Homie. Rooted in the loss of one of Smith’s close friends, this book comes out of the search for joy and intimacy within a nation where both can seem scarce and getting scarcer. Smith is joined by writer and performance poet BRITTENEY ROSE BLACK KAPRI.
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