READINGS, WORKSHOPS, FAIRS & MORE
A (virtual) book fair for the rest of us (March 3-7, 2021). Free for presses to participate. Bloof Books, publisher of Fog, will be participating.
Joint Reading: 3 groups of writers! Dakotah Jennifer reading in the 6pm EST group
SMOL Fair Reading
March 3-7, 2021
A (virtual) book fair for the rest of us (March 3-7, 2021). Bloof Books, publisher of Fog, will be participating.
Various poets will be reading poems and works in a virtual show.
Feb 26, 2021
Brought to you by Decolonize Our Classroom X GFM X Kickback Shows.
A gallery/exhibition of 12 black artists.
All artists applied and were chosen to display their art, music, or writing.
Dialogues of Sound
Feb 24, 2021
This international festival is comprised of many artists, writers, and creators all over the world. Hosted by Versopolis.
In March 2016, the online Versopolis Review was established as part of the Versopolis poetry platform.
“Writer” in our sense comprises fiction writers, poets, essayists, journalists, translators, screenwriters, filmmakers, and public intellectuals. As an internationally-renowned center of literary study in multiple languages and home to one of the best creative writing programs in the country, WashU offers a rich intellectual and cultural foundation for writers from all backgrounds.
Juniper Virtual Workshop
Feb 12, 2021 - Feb 14, 2021
What does it mean to write memoir and creative nonfiction in 2020? How to write out of our personal urgency while also asking questions about community, power — all that is wrong with the world and all we’d like to make better? How does it feel to be alive right now? We’ll think about those questions alongside all the matters of craft: voice, structure, focus, sonics, description, polarity, openings, closings. We’ll do this through the lens of your own manuscript while also looking at short examples of outside work. There will be time for exercises. Along the way we’ll work hard and make sure that play and seriousness share the same space.
Shakespeare & Co. Reading
Jan 1, 2020
Organized & Hosted by Sean Lynch.
Reading in Philidelphia Bookstore Shakespeare, & Co. 3 readers chosen to present work.