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Sean of the South – The Porch Music Tour | Johnston

Clayton Center 111 East 2nd Street, Clayton, North Carolina

Sean Dietrich, a.k.a. Sean of the South, is coming back to The Clayton Center for his Porch Music Tour. Sean is the author of seven books and known for his commentary on life in the American South. Find more information and reserve your tickets at the link.

$21.25 – $75.00

Flyleaf Reading & Open Mic | Orange

Flyleaf Books 752 M.L.K. Jr Blvd, Chapel Hill, NC, United States

Join us to hear Anne Myles (author of Late Epistle) and Richard Allen Taylor (author of Letters to Karen Carpenter and Other Poems) read from their new books. Share one of your own poems at the open mic! Free event.

Charlotte Lit’s Pen to Paper | Virtual

Virtual via Zoom

Charlotte Lit’s “Pen to Paper” is a free gathering for writers—anyone who writes or wishes to start (or restart). Each one-hour session includes a short craft lesson and a writing prompt, 30-40 minutes of writing time, and an opportunity for sharing your work. The environment is casual, supportive, generative, welcoming of all genres—and helps support […]

Anne Myles at Poetry Hickory | Catawba

Taste Full Beans 29 2nd Street, NW, Hickory, North Carolina

Noted scholar and poet, Anne Myles, will be the featured reader at the June 11 Poetry Hickory at Taste Full Beans Coffeehouse in downtown Hickory. Myles is the author of Late Epistle, winner of Sappho’s Prize in Poetry and recently released by Headmistress Press, and What Woman That Was: Poems for Mary Dyer (Final Thursday […]

Poetry Reading–Ken Chamlee and Bruce Spang | Henderson

The Brandy Bar 504 7th East Avenue, Hendersonville, North Carolina

The guest authors speak from 7-8 PM with an open mic from 8 -9 PM. The Chicago blues music of “Hollywood Johnny Cosgrove” welcomes you at 6:30, continues during intermission, and closes the evening. "In the Company of Writers" series is sponsored by the North Carolina Writers Network. Free event.

Charlotte Lit’s Pen to Paper | Virtual

Virtual via Zoom

Charlotte Lit’s “Pen to Paper” is a free gathering for writers—anyone who writes or wishes to start (or restart). Each one-hour session includes a short craft lesson and a writing prompt, 30-40 minutes of writing time, and an opportunity for sharing your work. The environment is casual, supportive, generative, welcoming of all genres—and helps support […]

Heather Frese and Heather Bell Adams | Wake

Page 158 Books 415-B Brooks Street, Wake Forest, North Carolina

Page 158 Books is thrilled to welcome Heather Frese to celebrate her latest novel, The Saddest Girl on the Beach--out now. She will be in conversation with Heather Bell Adams, author of The Good Luck Stone. Free event.