Join Walkabout this Wednesday at 7 for our First Annual Poetry Reading & Open Mic! Walkabout is CU’s undergraduate journal of poetry, fiction, and visual arts. Hear Walkabout contributors and staff read pieces from previous journals, and join in by reading some of your work or the work of someone you admire (with a shout out, of course!). Grab a copy of the journal, and if you are a student, don’t forget to submit! Our submission deadline is December 1st, the Sunday after Fall Break. For submission guidelines and submission instructions, visit our website at http://walkaboutcreativeartsjournal.wordpress.com/ or find us on Facebook.
Started in 1974, Bombay Gin is the literary journal of Jack Kerouac School of Disembodied Poeticsâco-founded by Allen Ginsberg and Anne Waldmanâat Naropa University. Edited by department faculty and students, Bombay Gin publishes innovative poetry, prose, and hybrid texts as well as art, translations, and interviews. Emerging from the âOutriderâ or left-hand lineage, which operates outside the cultural mainstream, Bombay →
Saturday November 9th at 4PM: Michele Battiste, Elisa Gabbert, and Joy Katz
Elisa Gabbert is the author of The Self Unstable (Black Ocean) and The French Exit (Birds, LLC), as well as a recent collaborative chapbook co-written with Kathleen Rooney, The Kind of Beauty That Has Nowhere to Go (Hyacinth Girl Press). Her poems and prose have recently appeared in journals →
Medieval Scandinavians shaped and preserved their history in verse. These poems--rich in symbolism, legend, and mythos--were traditionally performed before an audience. Join the CU Nordic Club on November 4 at 7PM for an open mic evening devoted to this fascinating and enigmatic body of poetry. Poems will come from the Elder Edda collection and any other historical volume of skaldic →
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Let Her Speak: A Reading of the Transcript of Texas State Senator Wendy Davisâs June 25, 2013, Filibuster of the Texas State Senate.
To celebrate Counterpath's (Denver) recent publication of Let Her Speak, the full transcript of Texas State Senator Wendy Davis's 10-Ââhour filibuster of the Texas State Senate, Innisfree will host a group →
Wendy Videlock lives in Western Colorado. Her new book, The Dark Gnu, an illustrated book of poems, will be released from Able Muse Press in January, 2013.
Uche Ogbuji (@uogbuji) was born in Calabar, Nigeria. He'd lived, among other places, in Egypt and England, but never anywhere longer than 3 years in his life until he came to Colorado. Here he →