There are still a few hours of Monday left (depending on where you are in the world, there me be alot of hours of Monday left)… besides, it doesn’t *really* have to be Monday for you to shamelessly self promote.Â So bring it on:Â Where are you reading? Where are your poems, stories, essays, etc. published??Â Post it in the comments & will do our best to spread & respread the word.
And what about us… HOLY POETRY, BATMAN! We’ve got one busy week!
*Week of Oct. 5*
- Tues., Oct. 6, 7p.m.: Open Mic Poetry at Steel City Coffeehouse in Phoenixville, hosted by Mary Kathryn Morgeneier.
- Wed., Oct. 7, 7p.m.: Mad Poets Critique Circle facilitated by Amy Laub at the Media-Upper Providence Free Library.
- Wed., Oct. 7, 6p.m. – 7:30p.m.: The continuation of Leonard Gontarek’s Self & Place in Poetry workshop. It’s too late to join this workshop, but keep an eye out for future workshops with Leonard. Or if you really need some feedback, like now, head on out to the Critique Circle (details above).
- Thurs. Oct. 8, 7p.m.: Milkboy Acoustic Cafe Series, hosted by Autumn Konopka, featuring poets Quincy Scott Jones, Pat Goodrich & Elizabeth Raby, followed by an open mic.
- Sat., Oct. 10, 1p.m. – 3p.m.: The Business of Words Poetry Workshop, facilitated by Tamara Oakman, at the Univ. of Pennsylvania Bookstore.
- Sat., Oct. 10, 7p.m.: Otherwise – Poetry at Churchill’s, hosted by Glenn McLaughlin, featuring Sean Webb & Autumn Konopka, followed by an open mic.
- Sat.-Sun., Oct. 10-11, 7p.m. – 3p.m.: Mad Poets Bonfire at Ridley Creek State Park.