We meet on the last Tuesday each month. For more information, call 336-703-3021. 5:45 pm (sign up) Forsyth County Public Library, Central Branch DowntownAuditorium, Main Level 660 W Fifth St, Winston-Salem FREE and open to the public. Limited parking on site, street parking available. Lovers of poetry and the spoken word meet to listen and/or share 3-4 minutes per person. Please note — sign ups for 3-minute readings begin at 5:45 pm; event ends at 7:45 pm. Some adult themes.
Held in partnership with The Coffee Mill of Lewisville. Free and open to anyone, entries must be family friendly. You do not need to be a WSW member or Lewisville resident to enter. No purchase is required. To enter, stop by The Coffee Mill to pick up your entry form “heart”. Print or paste your poem onto your heart and place it in the Valentine Box at The Coffee Mill. Multiple entries are allowed. Winners will be announced at 2:00 pm on Saturday, February 10, with prizes awa
December 1, 7:00 - 7:45 pm
Bright Leaf Bookshop, 227 W. Fifth St
FREE and open to the public. Partnering with Downtown Arts District Association and Bright Leaf Books, WSW will feature poetry and spoken word in a lively presentation of local talent. Our featured readers for December: John Haugh, Valerie Nieman, The Truth, and Terri Kirby Erickson.
Ed Robson will finish things off with his Christmas poem. #Events
Works in Progress
June 3 | 7:30p
Washington Perk: 228 W. Acadia Ave.
"Works in Progress," lightly rehearsed readings of ten-minute plays by Ed Robson, David Ratcliffe, Grace Ellis, and special guests will be presented at 7:30 PM on Saturday, June 3, at Washington Perk on Acadia. Admission is free (donations accepted). Door prizes for all who attend. Come, enjoy and support your fellow Winston-Salem Writers, and learn a little bit about the process of creating drama. #Even
Prequel Poetry Crawl
Friday, March 3 | 7:00p Prequels aren’t just for movies and books. Here is WSW’s prequel to the Press 53 Gathering of Poets workshop (details following): Everyone is invited to the Winston-Salem Writers Poetry Crawl through the Arts District onFriday night, March 3 during First Friday Gallery Hop. Poetry Crawl is free and open to anyone — you do not have to be a Gathering of Poets registrant to participate! Bring your poetry, be ready to read alongside l
Poetry In Plain Sight, Live!
Saturday, February 18 | 2:00-4:00p
R J Reynolds High School LIBRARY, 301 N Hawthorne Rd, Winston Salem Join Winston--Salem Writers for ‘Poetry in Plain Sight, Live!reading event featuring poets from the Winter season. Poets attending will read their poem chosen for public display, as well as other works. Keith Flynn, Terri Kirby Erickson, Cal Nordt, Helen Losse, Jenny Bates, C. G. Thompson, Robyn Campbell, Jordan Makant, Michael Gaspeny, Sam Lo
Spoken Word Ekphrastic Event February 10 | 7:00-10:00p Based on Brown Paper Bag, a photography exhibit by Owens Daniels
Unleashed Arts Gallery, 204 W 6th St (across from 6th & Vine eatery).
Free and open to the public. Questions? Contact email@example.com View Owens Daniels’ work exploring “colorism,” find inspiration, and write poetry or prose. Come and read your creative response on February 10th. Or just come and listen to local poets, writers and musicians. Art's high