University of Houston's MFA Creative Writing program hosts poetry nights, several reading series, and various literary readings by faculty, students, and visiting writers.
Poison Pen brings in three locally and nationally recognizable writers of poetry, fiction, and nonfiction to read at Poison Girl Bar on the last Thursday of each month. Readings begins at 8:30 PM.
Kaboom Books is a used bookstore in Woodland Heights near Downtown Houston. Their stock of 100,000 books ranges from current to long out-of-print titles. They regularly host author readings, book signings, and other literary events open to the community.
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.
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.
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.
Symposium Books is an independent bookstore that sells new and used books, gifts, cards, socks, and more. They regularly host author book readings and signings, book clubs, a poetry reading series, and other events throughout the year at both their Providence location and their East Greenwich location.
Symposium Books is an independent bookstore that sells new and used books, gifts, cards, socks, and more. They regularly host author book readings and signings, book clubs, a poetry reading series, and other events throughout the year at both their Providence location and East Greenwich location.
Dawn Davis—vice president and publisher of 37 INK, an imprint of Simon & Schuster’s Atria Publishing Group—talks about editing Edward P. Jones, the lack of diversity in publishing, and what some of the most successful authors have in common.