April Poetry Hickory Reminder and Open Mic Readers

April’s Poetry Hickory, featuring Hickory’s own Tim Peeler reading from his new book, “Checking Out,” which consists of poems from his 7 years in the Hickory hotel industry, and Raleigh’s Harry Calhoun, is tonight at 6:30 at Taste Full Beans Coffeehouse.  We’ll begin with three Open Mic readers, who will be Helen Losse, editor of Dead Mule, Anderson O’Brien of Winston-Salem, and Fernand Chandonnet (yes, he is related to Ann Chandonnet, who has read at PH on several occasions.

Anyone interested in networking with other writers, learning about opportunities related to writing, or getting their work looked at by other writers is welcome to arrive at 5:00 for the NC Writers’ Network Writers’ Night Out.

As always, a big thank you to Taste Full Beans for hosting us and to Main Street Rag for sponsoring us.  On Poetry Hickory nights any purchase of books written by the featured writers merits a free book from the sponsors’ book shelf, which includes copies of the new Main Street Rag magazine (normally $8).

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