The Colorado Poet, #20, Fall 2012

Upcoming Readings

(Bob King)

Don’t forget to check¬† upcoming “Readings” on the website (www.ColoradoPoetsCenter.org)

Here are some in the near future.

On November 28th at 7 p.m. Amber Koneval will read from her book Drunk Dialing the Divine at Regis University in Denver in the Creative Writing Room of the Library. The event is hosted by the Religious Studies department, and refreshments will be provided.
If planning to attend, RSVP to amberkoneval@gmail.com before the 28th so that they know how many refreshments to bring and also to make sure that there will be enough room for everyone.

M. D. Friedman reads on Thursday, Nov. 29th at 7:30 p. m. at Anthology Bookstore (422 E 4th St., Loveland)

Michael Adams, Phil Woods, Karen Douglass, Jared Smith,  and others have work in the forthcoming Lummox magazine. Several will be reading from it at Innisfree Coffee and Poetry Bookstore (1203 13th St. in Boulder) on Saturday, Dec. 1 from 3-4 p.m. Check http://www.innisfreepoetry.com and find ordering information at http://www.lummoxpresss.com

Beth Paulsen is the featured poet on December 4th at Talking Gourds held at 6 p.m. at the Wilkinson Public Library in Telluride. Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer and Art Goodtimes host this monthly open mic and feature in conjunction with the Wilkinson Public Library, streamed live on the library’s website. For more information, contact Scott Doser, 970-728-4415.

Chris Klingbiel reads his poems on Dec. 16th on Dona Stein’s “The Poetry Show” 6-7 p.m. Tune in KRFC 88.9 fm or on the web at http://www.krcfm.org (hit the Listen button).

The IMPROV reading this year, hosted by Green Fuse Poetic Arts Association, will be a Solstice Poetry Happening at 7 p.m. on December 22, at the McCreery House in downtown Loveland. It is located at 746 N. Washington Ave. (7th & Washington). IMPROV contributors will read their included poem(s) as well as several other poems of their choice. Other poets are invited to participate in an open mic after the contributors have read. Music by jazz pianist Otto Koch will enliven the evening. Refreshments will be served and out of town participants may stay overnight in the historic home. Email http://www.mccreeryhouse.com/ for reservations.