The Richard Fox Poetry Series: Featuring Susan Roney O’Brien

Root and Press 156 Shrewsbury St., Worcester, MA, United States

The Richard Fox Poetry Series is a monthly poetry open mic with a featured reader. It honors the memory of the iconic Worcester poet and human being extraordinaire Richard Fox. Our first Feature will be Susan Roney O'Brien, a good friend of Richard's and a remarkable poet herself. Free admission. On-street parking. Root and Press […]

Free

Poets @ Large: Saturday Night Poetry

The Vanilla Bean 450 Deerfield Road, Pomfret, CT, United States

The Vanilla Bean Café, 450 Deerfield Road in Pomfret, will again host Poets at Large spoken word and poetry performances on the last Saturday of the month, 7-9 p.m., from February through May. Poets at Large is a regional group of poets who read in CT and MA, now in its fifth year. The group’s […]

$15

Poets @ Large

Vanilla Bean Cafe 450 Deerfield Road, Pomfret, CT, United States

POETS AT LARGE PRESENTS A NEW SHOW The Vanilla Bean Café, 450 Deerfield Road in Pomfret, and Poets at Large will host an evening of spoken word and poetry on Saturday night, May 25th.  This performance will be from 7-9 p.m. Admission is $15.00 and includes a give-away. Poets at Large is a regional group […]

$15

Free People’s Workshop

WCPA Office @ Salisbury House 61 Harvard St., Worcester MA, MA, United States

Artists, Poets and interested individuals meet, share and discuss recent work. Helpful criticism is encouraged.

A Virtual Thirsty Lab with Dzvinia Orlowsky

Zoom Online Meeting , United States

The Thirsty Lab poetry reading, normally based out of Princeton, Mass., continues to meet virtually. On Tuesday, May 28th, 2024 Dzvinia Orlowsky will be the featured reader. Please Click Here to register. Dzvinia Orlowsky is a Pushcart Prize poet, award-winning translator, and a founding editor of Four Way Books. She’s published six poetry collections including A Handful of Bees, reprinted […]

Open Mic at New Dawn

New Dawn Center 84 Main St., Ashburnham, MA, United States

Come out to the New Dawn Writers’ Group’s Open Mic. Every fourth Tuesday from 7:00 pm to 9:00 pm we host an open mic for writers of all genres and ages. Bring an excerpt from that story you started, memoir or novel. Bring a few poems, or that experimental thing you wrote that doesn’t fit […]

Arts in the Garden

Community Teaching Garden 3 West Boylston Dr., Worcester, MA, United States

Arts in the Garden Join us at The Garden for the first event of the season!We will be featuring the musicial talents of Cross Tracks, and the iconic poet Tony Brown.Admission is FREE and patrons are encouraged to bring non-alcoholic beverages and snacks to this family friendly event.Join us for an awesome time at Arts […]

Poetorium at Starlite

Starlite Bar and Gallery 39 Hamilton St, Southbridge, MA

Please join us for a special double feature edition of our monthly open mic and featured poetry reading series The Poetorium at Starlite hosted by Paul Szlosek and Ron Whittle. It will be a full evening of poetry and spoken word starting with a brief interview on stage with our two featured poets Jovonna Van Pelt (Author of Unrelated Questions) and Jonathan Andersen (Author of Augur and Stomp […]

The Poetry Extravaganza Featuring Daniel Letona

Redemption Rock Brewery 333 Shrewsbury St,, Worcester, MA, United States

Join us on Tuesday June 4th from 6-8:30 pm for an evening of poetry, humor and contemplation. Two open-mic sessions will sandwich our feature Daniel Letona. Sign up for the Open mic at jfjr6969@gmail.com. Five minute maximum please. Free admission. Separate area for our event. On-street parking or check redemptionrock.beer for other parking options.Redemption Rock […]

Cambridge Book Launch: Auguries & Divinations

Grolier Poetry Books 6 Plympton Street, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

Auguries & Divinations, winner of the 2023 May Sarton New Hampshire Poetry Prize, tracks a young woman’s coming of age, attuned to the unspoken liabilities of women’s lives, the suburban underworld, and the energies of eros. The narrator claims a life of her own making, drawing on the classical practice of augury, or observing birds […]