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Netwest Bee City Poetry Circle | Clay

Moss Memorial Library 26 Anderson St, Hayesville, NC, United States

Netwest Bee City Poetry Circle gathers on the "first Thursday" of every month. All poetry lovers are welcome. Please bring one original poem to share with the group and 14-16 printed copies if you wish to receive written positive, constructive comments/critique from your poetic peers.

NCWN Greater Greensboro Open Mic | Guilford

Scuppernong Books 304 South Elm Street, Greensboro, North Carolina

The NCWN Greater Greensboro hosts the monthly Open Mic. Five minutes at the mic. All genres/all levels for up to fourteen readers. As this is a holiday open mic, feel free to bring baked goods (optional). There may be a guitar and a few holiday carols, too. The NCWN Greater Greensboro open mics are a […]

In-Person NaNoWriMo & HOLIDAY OPEN MIC Featuring Writers Reading! | New Hanover

Pomegrante Books 4418 Park Ave (@ Kerr), Wilmington, NC, United States

Christine Moughamian, NC Writers' Network Regional Representative, will moderate the event. Our In-Person NaNoWriMo & Holiday Open Mic at Pomegranate Books is a great opportunity to network with fellow writers and celebrate the season over your favorite Café Zola brew. Did you participate in NaNoWriMo in November? (National Novel Writing Month). If so, bring a […]

Triangle East Writers/NCWN Regional Holiday Party, Clayton | Johnston

Artmosphere Community Arts Center 3919 Raleigh Road, Clayton, NC

The Triangle East Writers Holiday Party is Saturday, Dec. 9 from 6 to 8 pm at the Artmosphere Community Arts Center, 3919 Raleigh Road, Clayton. Bring a dish and a friend. (Optional Secret Santa $10 or less). This is a free meetup for regional members of the North Carolina Writers Network in Johnston, Sampson, and […]

Selma Open Mic | Johnston

Old Fashioned Ice Cream 124 N. Raiford Street, Selma, North Carolina

Tell a story, read a poem, perform music, sing, and more! Emcee is Qarol Price, a contributing writer to Johnston Now magazine.