Events Around Indiana
There are many great literary events around Indianapolis and beyond. Looking for something to do? Here are just a few ideas:
Wednesday, July 23 6:30pm - 8:30pm at Indy Reads
The Downtown Writers Jam hosted by The Geeky Press is an storytelling and literary extravaganza.
Meet The Downtown Writers Jam authors so far:
Young Writers Showcase(5 minutes each):
We'll choose the writers and give them 10 minutes to tell a story from a piece they've either completed or published. There will be no podium, no reading, and no silent audience. Just a writer cast out amongst the crowd.
More details: https://www.facebook.com/
Poets Laureate of Lawrence
Monthly featured poet/open mike series
July 22 6:30 - 8:30 pm
Lawrence Art Center on Indy's east side, 4437 N. Franklin Rd., 46226
We will have no featured poet this month. The entire evening will be an open mike round-table, so be sure to bring poems now and old to share.
Next month the featured poet is Tracy Mishkin on August 26
Indy Reads Books
911 Massachusetts Ave, Indianapolis, IN 46202
Brian Freeman author event
Features Author Elizabeth Berg for Special Presentation, Public Invited
July 25 @ 7 p.m.
Pruis Hall/Ball State University
Acclaimed, bestselling author Elizabeth Berg will be the guest speaker during a special program at this year's Midwest Writers Workshop. The program is open to the public. Admission is free, but registration through Eventbrite is recommended. (Those registered for MWW14 are already registered!)
Adult Summer Reading Program 2014 - “Read in Any Language”
Saturday, July 26, All Day (10 am-4 pm)
As one of the locations participating in this year’s IMCPL summer reading program we will be featuring music, food and art of the Nigerian culture to accompany the discussion of Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie and there will be a writers’ workshop with Kip Robisch from the Indiana Writers Center.
The Writers Guild at Bloomington
First Sunday Prose Reading & Open Mic
Sunday, August 3, 3:00 to 5:00 pm
Boxcar Books 408 E. 6th Street
Guest readers: Joan Hawkins, Richard Durisen and Karen Wyle
Come Early to Sign Up for Open Mic
Indiana Historical Society Author Series
Noon to 1 p.m.
Writing Local History Today guides local historians through the process of researching, writing and publishing their work. Thomas Mason presents a step-by-step advice to guide aspiring authors to a successful publication and focus – not only on how to write well– but also how to market and sell their work.
Greenwood Public Library Writer's Group
Join us for this writers' critique group, a place where beginning and Join us for this writers' critique group, a place where beginning and veteran writers can receive feedback on their work. All genres of work are accepted. Readers and those who enjoy books are also welcome as their feedback is important. If you'd like to have a sample of your work critiqued at the group, please email your sample to Valerie at firstname.lastname@example.org
We hope to see you!