virtual literary events

Fri 10th July, 6PM (BST) – via Zoom Elif Shafak on What It Means to Belong in Many Places at Once October 9, 2020 by Elif Shafak. 8-Week course: ‘Arse From Elbow’  Poetry Gala with Terrance Hayes & Mona Arshi More details re: sign up for open mic and how to access Zoom are available through the Facebook event page, Thurs 9th July, 8PM (BST) – via Zoom Guest poet: Matty Bob Cash. 2. Free event. Tues 21st July, 7.30-10.30PM BST – via Zoom Social distancing needs to continue to keep infection rates as low as possible. So You Want Your Poetry Published?’. Tickets and more details are available on the, A community for writers with disabilities, Performers: Maurice Moore, Karl Knights, Allison Adelle, Hedge Coke, Genevieve Arlie, Zoom ID: 863 8429 2598. Poet Laureates representing Missouri: Aliki Barnstone, Walter Bargen and Karen Craigo. (Usually happens in: Leicester, UK) The National Creative Writing Industry Conference Sun 4th Oct, 7.30PM – via Facebook group posts “Leanne will be taking participants through a series of writing exercises, using poetic forms from around the world that you may not be aware of. Tickers are £2. Poetry From the Grassroots 6 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 12, via Powell's Books. Led by Angela Cleland. Featuring Leanne Moden and Camille McCawley For more details and how to access, check out the, Readings and discussion: Birmingham Poet Laureate Roy McFarlane and Rob Francis. More details and tickets on, Hosted by Poetry Foundation & Poetry magazine. Downloadable via host Jess Green’s Patreon. The Rainbow Fish Speakeasy Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in: You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Fundraiser event. Featuring Raven Leilani, Namwali Serpell, Zadie Smith, and More, Created by Grove Atlantic and Electric Literature. Thurs 29th Oct, 8PM (GMT) – via Zoom Tutors: Daisy Buchanan, Philip Whitely, Francesca Baker Thurs 1st Oct, 7.30-10PM (BST) – via Zoom Tickets and more details are available on the Eventbrites page. Tickers are £2. Crafty Crows: Online Poetry, Clive Oseman plus Open-Mic Open mic, headliners, live poetry prompt challenge. Headliner:  Casey Bailey. Price for full course: £75 Various community hubs, events venues and public spaces are not … Free event. Poetry slam: 3-round battle between the 9 finalists. Wed 8th July, 6PM (BST) – via Zoom This is also the perfect chance to “travel” afar and attend events you never thought you could…. Thurs 1st Oct, 7.30-9PM (BST) – via YouTube Livestream Poetry open mic. Wed 21st Oct, 1PM (BST) – via YouTube livestream Sat 17th Oct, 6-8.30PM (CDT) – via Facebook Live Thurs 30th July, 7.30PM (BST) – via YouTube, Poetry show in support of Black Lives Matter, Fri 31st July, 7.30PM (BST) – via online broadcast. For more details and to register for access, visit. Fri 23rd Oct, 7PM (BST) – YouTube livestream Fri 17th July, 7.30-10.15PM BST – via Zoom Video will be on the Apples and Snakes YouTube channel. For more info, check out the Comma Press page on Eventbrite. Performances from four poets: Gabriella Gay, Mark ‘Mr T’ Thompson, ‘Special K’ and Jason N Smith. Sun 26th July, 11AM-1PM (GMT) – via Zoom ‘Open mic’ posts can be written text or video Tickets are FREE (donations welcome). The HCE magazine team have created another list of some literary open mics, events and workshops (listed in separate categories below), to help you plan for the weeks ahead. Sun 11th Oct, 3-5.30PM (BST) – via Zoom Video will be on the WORD! Places are filling up fast! > Shruti Swamy discusses her short story collection "A House is a Body" with author Kiese Laymon. Led by: poet Ian Andrew Register here. Poetry performances and discussion Free event. Motivation and support to get writing. Find more info/book your place on the Writing East Midlands website. Side note: Since hosting our Fire & Dust poetry nights online, unexpected audience  members have included multiple dogs, cats, rabbits, and even one poetry fan less than a month old! More info available on the Facebook event page. Mental Health Awareness Day: Spoken Word Event Steps on how to get your poetry published. Online for the first time! Recorded – socially distanced – at Attenborough Arts Centre. Poet Laureates representing Missouri: Aliki Barnstone, Walter Bargen and Karen Craigo. Check out Emilie’s YouTube channel for workshop videos. Free/Pay As You Feel event. Theatre Mix Mon 20th July – via Facebook/YouTube Visit the Take Art event page for more details/to register for a ticket. More details re: sign up for open mic and how to access Zoom are available through the Facebook event page. Zoom ID: 863 8429 2598. 1. Online book festival My Virtual Literary Festival (MyVLF) will launch a series of new festivals based on different genres later this year.. (Usually happens in: York, UK) 5-Week Short Course; Starting to Write Poetry With readings from Fiona Benson, Luke Kennard, Valzhyna Mort and Kimberly Reyes. Hosted by publisher Emma Wright, and feature readings from the poets and Q&A with the publishers. ( Log Out /  See our Privacy Policy and Third Party Partners to learn more about the use of data and your rights. There is also a Fire & Dust event page on Facebook. Sun 25th Oct, 6-8PM (BST) – via Zoom Readings, performances, workshops, walks, live talks, etc. Now, on to the appearances scheduled for the coming week. Subsequently, the challenges of making sure arts events still happen are on-going. If you continue to use this site we will assume that you are happy with it. With poets: Casey Bailey, Amarah Amaryah, Dami Ajayi, Logan February, Adedayo Agarau, Lanaire Aderemi. Apples & Snakes @ Home: Series 2, Episode 2. Sun 11th Oct, 6-8PM – via Zoom Featuring Zena Edwards, Inua Ellams, Ifrah Hussein, Tshaka Campbell and MariaM. All these events are free but require registration. Sat 4th, 12 noon-Sun 5th July, 8PM (BST) Pre-recorded, downloadable via host Jess Green’s Patreon. Pure & Good & Right  Places are filling up fast! WordCraft: The Terrible Twos One Basically, join in the literary landscape of virtual readings. For more details, visit the Poets, Prattlers & Pandemonialists Facebook page. Mon, various dates in October, 10-11AM (BST) To register for a ticket, visit the Eventbrite page. Digital Causley Festival of Arts and Literature “Virtual” Fishtrap Fireside (Fishtrap) Friday, April 10 at 7:00 p.m. For more details and to register for access, visit The Poetry Society website. Open mic slots available. For Zoom URL and sign-up details, visit their Facebook event page, Friday 10th July, 7-10PM (BST) Margate Bookie Write UP! More information and details are on the Facebook event page. Readings and a Q&A. For more details, check out the, Open mic and featured guests, for local and international poets. Social distancing needs to continue to keep infection rates as low as possible. Sat 24th Oct, 11AM-1PM (BST)  £25 for the winner of each! Register here. Sun 26th July, 2.30PM (EST) – via Zoom Word Thursdays Bright Hills Press. Please visit the Facebook page for details. Toronto International Festival of Authors  We use cookies and other technologies to customize your experience, perform analytics and deliver personalized advertising on our sites, apps and newsletters and across the Internet based on your interests. Email melanie.birch@newcastle.ac.uk for details/to register. Video will be on the Apples and Snakes YouTube channel. ‘For the Love of Poetry – 75 Days’ Workshop leader: Emilie Lauren Jones What Exactly?’ With live streamed events, workshops, podcasts and more! With Gregory Leadbetter, Isobel Dixon and novelist Patrick McGuinness. Tickets are £4. A Little Bit More of What You Fancy Users can submit a virtual literary event for consideration by using the button on the upper right of the literary calendar page marked “+ Add event” and following the … Register here. There will be an open mic section followed by ‘Hard Times Happen’ and the 2020 Worcestershire Poet Laureate Leena Batchelor will read some of her poems. Visit the. More information available on, With headliners Panya Banjoko and Rachel Nwokoro. More details are available on the Awenites Facebook page. This is also the perfect chance to “travel” afar and attend events you never thought you could…. Thurs 1st Oct (7-9PM) – Zoom The event will be introduced by Review Editor Emily Berry. ‘Change the Word: Poems are Good For Us!’ Places are filling up fast! Attention readers: We’re launching a books newsletter Saturday, and it’ll include a calendar section like the one below. To book one: email poetsprattlerspandemonialists@gmail.com. 2nd birthday for the event. Pay What You Feel £25 for the winner of each! 10 virtual open mic slots available. Apples & Snakes @ Home: Series 2, Episode 1 Headliner:  Casey Bailey. October’s Digi-Listener Poetry Book Launch: Ian McMillan’s ‘Yes But What Is This? Celebrate Poetry Day and the 31st anniversary of the Ruth Lilly and Dorothy Sargent Rosenberg Poetry Fellowships with a reading and Q&A with the 2020 Fellows: Isabella Borgeson, Luther Hughes, Cyrée Jarelle Johnson, Darius Simpson, and Khaty Xiong.More details available on, An event for poetsand authors to promote and share their original works. £15. If you know of an event that is not on the calendar, you can add it for consideration by using the + button on the upper right hand side of the page. We use cookies to ensure that we give you the best experience on our website. Open mic, a poetry slam, DJ mixes and feature poet Andrew Lee For more details and to view the programme, check out the website. Ledbury Poetry E-Fest For more information, visit the Eventbrite page. Beatfreeks Instagram: @Beatfreeks, Fri 3rd July, 7PM (BST) – via Zoom Free/Pay As You Feel event. Open mic plus featured guests. (Usually happens in: Stafford, UK) Poetry open mic with featured headline act. Fri, various dates in October, 9PM (BST) – via community forum Thurs 2nd July, 7PM (BST) – via Zoom York Spoken Word Led by: Emma Purshouse, Steve Pottinger & Dave Pitt For more details, visit the Facebook event page. More info/register for tickets on the, Tickets are £4. Headliners: Yuyutsu Sharma (live from Kathmandu, Nepal) and Kobus Moolman (live from the Western Cape, South Africa) Thurs 30th July, 7PM (BST) – via YouTube Mon 28th Sept-Sat 31st Oct (Usually happens in: Swindon, UK) The 2020 Festival of Literary Diversity (FOLD) has cancelled its annual in-person events in Brampton, Ont., and will debut a virtual festival amid growing concerns over COVID-19. Free event (donations welcome). > Hilary Moore and James Tracy discuss their nonfiction book “No Fascist USA! Not on Facebook? The site, which won the BookTech Start-up … Readings and other events. Several options for the poetry open mic – you can be pre-recorded, live on Facebook or send in a poem for someone else to read. Anthology from Half Moon – poems inspired by Olympic sport. Several options for the poetry open mic – you can be pre-recorded, live on Facebook or send in a poem for someone else to read. (Usually happens in: Coventry, UK) Fri 17th July, 6-8PM (BST) – via webinar (Usually happens in: Leicester, UK) The literary Internet’s most important stories, every day. More info available on the, Spoken word open mic night. Fundraiser event. Want to steer patrons towards virtual literary events, but you’re not sure where to find them all? More information available on the Facebook event page. WORD! More details and link to tickets are available on the Facebook event page. Join the Facebook group for more details. Testify Poetry: Spoken Word Slam Yes We Cant Amanda White, founder of The Daily Haiku, will adjudicate the haiku/haibun Challenge. Dreading Poetry Slam Sign up on the night – 3 mins per slot Ooh Beehive! (Usually happens in: Coventry, UK) Poet Laureates representing Ohio: John Burroughs and Kari Gunter-Seymour.

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