Category Archives: poetry reading

Hillsboro Library Poetry Round-Up


Do you like to read or listen to poetry, then you may want to attend the "Poetry Round-up" at the Hillsboro Library.

Saturday, March 19, 2011 from 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm

All are invited - Cowboy poets, Farmer poets, Romantics, Rappers, Hipsters, Bear Hunters

  • Poets are invited to come read their work!
  • Poetry-lovers are invited to come listen!

Tasty refreshments will be provided.

To sign-up to read your poetry, call Laurie Cameron at 653-4172.

OR Feel free to just show up!!!!

Sponsored by the Hillsboro Library Friends

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Princeton Poetry Readings on YouTube

(This news courtesy of Cynthia Cox)

Members of WV Writers recently gave a poetry reading at the Princeton Public Library, in Princeton, WV. Member Cynthia Cox has posted video clips of the recent reading, and other such poetry readings from the area, on her YouTube page. Follow the link below to see them...

http://www.youtube.com/user/cdinwv


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Rob Merritt Poetry Reading on YouTube

(This news courtesy of Cynthia Cox)

WV Writers' own Rob Merritt recently gave a reading at the Princeton Public Library, in Princeton, WV. Below is a link to a YouTube clip of part of Rob's reading.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Y29NkNIGv6Y

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Literary events in Lewisburg on November 16

(News courtesy of me, Eric Fritzius)

Just a reminder that I'll be reading three short stories for Carnegie's Brown Bag Tuesday tomorrow, Nov 16, from noon to 12:50 at Carnegie Hall. These will be stories I've not read publicly in Lewisburg before, (though one of them was once read in Caldwell). Feel free to bring your lunch.

Another literary event occurring later the same day will be the community poetry reading at the Greenbrier Valley Theatre, MCed by Tim Armentrout. Members of the community are invited to bring their own poetry to read, or simply poems by others that they enjoy. A special guest poet for the event will be Joseph Cooper, a published poet from Buffalo, New York. Tea, coffee and tasty goodies will be served.

That’s November 16 at 7 p.m. at the Greenbrier Valley Theatre.

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Poetry Reading in Princeton

(News courtesy of Raymond Neely)

On November 30 at 6 pm at the Princeton Public Library, located in Mercer County, West Virginia Writers Susanna Holstein, Raymond Neely, and Salvatorre Butacci, will give live poetry readings.

They shall be joined by local poet Rob Meritt who teaches English at Bluefield College and who is the editor of The Bluestone Review. All are invited to attend this special event. Don't miss it.

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Poetry Reading and Open Mic in Bluefield

Poetry Reading & Open Mic

Connect with others.

Share your art.

Experience connection.

Come to the WindHorse Healing Arts Center

Monday, October 25

7 PM

WindHorse Healing Arts Center

422 North Street

Bluefield, WV

(Coming from Bluefield College, turn left at Community Center flashing light, follow road curving to right. Building is on the left just past a parking lot.)

Please bring $2 to help cover costs

Refreshments available

For more information, contact Rob Merritt: 304-920-1860

rmerritt@bluefield.edu

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(REMINDER) Brown Bag Poetry Reading with Tim Armentrout

WV Writers' Region 3 representative Tim Armentrout will be reading his poetry as part of Carnegie Hall WV's Brown Bag Reading series, tomorrow, October 19 from noon to 12:50 at Carnegie Hall in Lewisburg, WV.

Bring your lunch and enjoy the reading.

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Brown Bag Poetry Reading with Tim Armentrout

WV Writers' Region 3 representative Tim Armentrout will be reading his poetry as part of Carnegie Hall WV's Brown Bag Reading series, October 19 from noon to 12:50 at Carnegie Hall in Lewisburg, WV.

Bring your lunch and enjoy the reading.

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Poetry Reading in Princeton WV

(Information courtesy of R.S. White)

As part of the festivities celebrating the opening of the New Princeton Library on Saturday, August 28, local poets Rob Merritt, Raymond Neely, Salvatore Buttaci, and Kayla Ward will present a poetry reading from 2 to 3 PM. The library's new location is the previous Princeton Post office, 920 Mercer Street.

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A Renaissance Evening

The Greater Greenbrier Valley Community Foundation and the Shepherd's Center of Greenbrier County invite you to attend A Renaissance Evening. The event will take place Sunday, April 25, 2010 from 5 to 6:30 p.m. at Old Stone Presbyterian Church, 200 Church Street in Lewisburg.

Enjoy Renaissance music by Stephanie Bachman, Ves Burford and Franes Layton. You can also learn about Sir Walter Raleigh, sample hors d'oeuvres and hear the winning poems from the Horizontal Vertical Poetry Contest. The event is pay what you will, with donations benefiting the Shepherd's Center.

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