InKY is a free monthly poetry and music series hosted by Louisville Literary Arts and held at the Bard’s Town in Louisville, Kentucky.
Winning Coffee, q-Staff theatre and q-Staff homestead (the group residence) form a unique ecosystem within Albuquerque's extraordinary culture. Providing service and support to the diverse peoples of this extraordinary community is a privilege and an ongoing aspiration. Events include open mics, poetry slams, and book club meetings.
Watermark Books and Cafe was founded in 1977 and is currently located in the heart of College Hill, on the southwest corner of Douglas and Oliver in the Lincoln Heights Village shopping center. Author readings and signings are among the literary events hosted.
We have curated a selection of Fiction and Poetry and untranslated Spanish literature that lends itself to discovery. We want you to come here and let us expose you to an author or title that will blow your mind away. We host a variety of events including author readings and signings, and zine release parties.
The New Alchemy Poetry Series is organized by Seretta Martin, a talented author, poet, teacher, and editor of San Diego Poetry Annual.
Home of used books and organic espresso, organic chocolate, stage events, garden patio, vinyl records, local art, and CD's. Events include open mic nights.
Browse for the books you love to read at The Book Cellar, an independent bookstore in Chicago's Lincoln Square which features books by first-time authors, local authors, and more. They also offer wine by the glass, cozy couches, and delicious café fare. The Book Cellar welcomes book clubs and discussion groups.
RUI is a reading series—originally a fundraiser for another reading—developed by Chicago writers Amanda Snyder, Carly Huegelmann, Rob Duffer, Joe Tower and Julia Borcherts. The writers (which include a rotating roster of RUI regulars and outside guests) read a short piece of original work. They also read a few lines written by famous authors that revolve around a particular theme each month. Past themes have included Chicago writers, suicidal authors, war, sex, and banned books.
The Green Mill is sophisticated informality, warm glowing atmosphere steeped in the heady sounds of the early 1930s and 1940s; it was actually patterned after Clark Monroe’s Uptown House in Harlem (as it was during the 1940s). Today, the Green Mill, in keeping with owner Dave Jemilo’s philosophy for a proper mix of down-to-earth friendliness and class, maintains an authenticity of the ‘40s in service, price and music, perfected upon with the steady Sunday night performance of the internationally acclaimed Uptown Poetry Slam which Marc Smith began at the Mill in 1986.
POETDELPHIA is the brainchild of writers Dawn Manning, Kelly McQuain, and Valerie Fox. We host quarterly readings and salon-style discussions, as well as maintain an online community through this site. At Poetdelphia, we focus on all things poetic, including reviews, writing prompts, a calendar of tri-state area writing events, and even the occasional poem or prose piece by writers featured in our reading series.