Friday, September 17, 2010

Spotlighted Literary Events

Saturday, September 18th
Q Poetry Night with Elaina M. Ellis: Join us for another night of some of the best queer poetry in the Northwest with one of Seattle's favorite queer poets. Elaina is a teacher at Bent Writing Institute and is the founder of TumbleMe Productions. The Q Poetry Night will also feature an open mic for everyone who would like to get up on the stage and share their work.
Where: The Q Center, 4115 N. Mississippi Ave
When: 6:30 pm
Cost: $5 suggested donation

Sunday, September 19th
Please come out to see the renowned poet Eileen Myles read from her new poet's novel, Inferno. Part of the Smorg Reading Series. Food, beer, wine, and espresso are all available at The Waypost.
Where: The Waypost, 3120 N. Williams Ave
When: 7:30 pm
Cost: Free

Tuesday, September 21st
Zinesters Talking: Zines Go To School. Educators Bobi Blue of Fir Ridge High School, Julie Hoffer of Open Meadow High School, and Leanne Grabel of the Rosemont school share tips about how they integrate zines into their classrooms. Learn how making, reading, and sharing zines can change students lives!
Where: Belmont Library, 1038 SE 39th Ave
When: 6:30 pm
Cost: Free

Wednesday, September 22nd
Kim Fay, joined by her sister and best Vietnamese girlfriend, set off to taste as much as possible while exploring the rituals and traditions, street cafes, and haute cuisine of her favorite country. The three women discovered a society shaped by its ever-changing relationship with food. The result of their journey is a new book: Communion: A Culinary Journey Through Vietnam. Tonight's event will include a talk by Kim, a slide presentation, and food!
Where: Broadway Books, 1714 NE Broadway
When: 7:00 pm
Cost: Free

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