Reading night for local poets 7–9pm
Lampscapes showroom, 77 Gates Street, White River Junction, VT (and sometimes in nearby Lyme, NH).
Group meets (mostly) monthly on a Thursday evening. Each future reading date is set monthly.
Lyndon State College – Samuel Read Hall Library Veterans Lounge, Lyndonville, VT
VHC’s Veterans Book Groups create an opportunity for veterans to connect with each other, build relationships, read insightful materials, and share experiences. The group’s explorations include books, poetry, articles, and short stories, with the goal of fostering camaraderie and a safe space to reflect and share ideas and questions.
(also to be held on March 18th, April 22nd, and May 13th)
LVW hosts four programs a year, rotating venues to serve members across the state. This movement has taken on an unofficial pattern with the Winter Program being held in the Burlington area, the Spring Program near Rutland, the Summer Program alternating between the north and south end of the state, and the Fall Program occurring mid-state. The Winter Program also serves as the official annual business meeting.
LVW programs always offer those in attendance the opportunity to hear speakers on a variety of topics that deal with the business of writing or the process and craft of writing itself. Writers also use these events to network with others and/or promote their published work. Morning refreshments and lunch are usually included in the registration price.
Some Sunday afternoons each Fall 3pm Open Reading (one poem per reader) followed by two featured readers.
Del Rossi’s Trattoria Route 137, North Dublin, NH 03444
Contact: Rodger Martin
occasional Thursdays, 7pm
The Silver Center for the Arts at Plymouth State University 114 Main Street, Plymouth NH
For the past 17 years, the Eagle Pond Authors’ Series has celebrated great writing by some of the nation’s outstanding authors. This free series is a tribute to beloved poet and author Donald Hall, who is the heart and soul of this series and instrumental in bringing nationally and internationally revered poets to the PSU campus. For free tickets call the box office at (603) 535-2787.
Now in its 28th year, the Readings are held on four Thursday evenings in July in the sublime 18th century Meetinghouse in Canaan, New Hampshire. Typically, each reading consists of one fiction reader along with a poet, essayist, biographer, or literary non-fiction writer.
Contact: Phil Pochada
Canaan Meeting House
is located Near 450 Canaan St.
(at intersection with Roberts Road), Canaan, NH