Calendar: Readings, Workshops, and Conferences

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Salem Poetry Project Featuring Larry Anderson 7:00 pm
Salem Poetry Project Featuring Larry Anderson @ IKE Box
Mar 7 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Larry Anderson was a college professor for 40 years. Upon retirement in 2002, he and his wife Christine (retired mental health professional) settled in Molalla to be close to family. Ten years ago he became interested in poetry and joined … Continue reading
Salem Poetry Project Featuring a Poetry Exchange Event 7:00 pm
Salem Poetry Project Featuring a Poetry Exchange Event @ IKE Box
Mar 14 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
This day’s featured reader is YOU AND SOMEONE ELSE. Bring a poem (printed or typewritten) to share, there will be an extra sign-up sheet. Before the reading begins everyone who signed up for the poetry exchange will hand their poem … Continue reading
Tsunami Books Reading 4:00 pm
Tsunami Books Reading @ Tsunami Books
Mar 16 @ 4:00 pm – 6:30 pm
Readings by Clem Starck, Erik Muller, Jenny Root, Charles Goodrich. Music by Fisher Poets Duo and refreshments.Like this:Like Loading...
The ACE Writing Project
The ACE Writing Project @ Arts Center East
Mar 20 all-day
March Featured Author: Donna EvansMarch 20, 7:00-9:00 pm Art Center East, 1006 Penn Ave, La Grande Author bio: Donna Evans is the author of creative non-fiction, cozy mystery, and several collections of poetry. Her work has appeared in Cascade Reader, … Continue reading
Salem Poetry Project Featuring Alice Pettway 7:00 pm
Salem Poetry Project Featuring Alice Pettway @ IKE Box
Mar 21 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Alice Pettway is the author of three books of poetry: The Time of Hunger (2017), Moth (2019) and Station Lights (2021). Her work has appeared or is forthcoming in The Colorado Review, The Miami Herald, The Progressive, The Threepenny Review, … Continue reading
Open Mic Poetry Reading Event
Open Mic Poetry Reading Event @ Head for the Hills! Poetry Open Mic Event at the Hillsdale Library
Mar 26 all-day
HEAD FOR THE HILLS! OPEN MIC POETRY READING Tuesday, March 26 6pm-7:45 pm Head for the Hills! is an ongoing open mic poetry reading. We meet the last Tuesday of each month. We are solely open mic. Poets may read … Continue reading
Salem Poetry Project Featuring Orion Davidson, Jim Merrill, and Marc Janssen 7:00 pm
Salem Poetry Project Featuring Orion Davidson, Jim Merrill, and Marc Janssen @ IKE Box
Mar 28 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Two poets and a flutist present an evening of words and music. Jim Merrill is an MFA graduate of the Kerouc School in Boulder and author of two book length collections of poetry. Marc Janssen is an internationally published poet … Continue reading

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To submit items for this calendar, please click  the “Post Your Event” button at the top of the calendar and enter the information about your event. Please be sure to select the appropriate Category on the calendar input form. After filling in the “Post Your Event” form, click the “Submit Form” button at the bottom of the screen (if you’re using a laptop or tablet, you may need to scroll down to see the “Submit Form” button).

Note on repeating events: If you are submitting a regularly scheduled weekly or monthly event (such as an Open Mic or a Workshop series), please include in the title something like “every (day of the week)” or “every month on (day of the week)”. Also, when appropriate (such as for a Workshop series), check the box for “End Date” and enter the “end date”. When the event is approved for posting, we will make sure it shows up as a repeating event for two or three months, or until the specified ending date. 

For Readings, we recommend that you submit each event separately so that you can include more about that specific event, including names and bios of the featured poets. 

If you have any questions, please contact the calendar coordinator.

One thought on “Calendar: Readings, Workshops, and Conferences

  1. I used to carry a day planner in my purse to keep track of poetry events, but since I signed up for updates from the Readings and Workshops, I’ve not opened the day planner. Another tree, saved!

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