Made possible by the collaboration of Harlem Place Café, the Los Angeles Poet Society, and the Downtown Art Walk, Writers Row is the only spot at the downtown Art Walk that celebrates the Written Art!
Hear work from featured writers. Participate in the Open Mic. Enjoy the vibes of a modern-day Speak Easy and grab a glass of wine.
Listen to the written art of Featured Writers and have the opportunity to meet them and learn what is going on in their worlds. Join in on the action yourself and step up to the Open Mic. Open Mic participants have the option to go heads up against each other to be invited as a Featured Writer during the next Writers’ Row!
The event is hosted at Harlem Place Cafe (formally known as Lost Souls Cafe) in downtown LA – down the alley at 4th
and Main St. Need Directions?
April 14th, and every Art Walk Thursday thereafter, from 8-10 pm
Featured Writers, (selected in advance by the Los Angeles Poet Society), take stage from 8-9:30pm
8pm: Jessica Wilson introduces Writers’ Row, Introductory poem for the night
8:05pm: Jay Smallwood
8:20pm: Bronwyn Mauldin
8:35pm: Lee Boek
8:50pm: Terrie Silverman
9:05pm: Khadija Anderson
9:20pm: Billy Burgos
Open Mic participants take stage from 9:30-10pm
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Frank Mundo is the author of The Brubury Tales (foreword by Carolyn See), which is available on Amazon.com, Barnes & Noble and Borders in paperback and in eBook. The Brubury Tales won Reader View’s 2011 Reviewer’s Choice Award for Poetry Book of the Year and The 2011 Bookhitch Award for Most Innovative Poetry Book of the Year.