We would like to announce a reading May 21 at Rosenberg Library to celebrate the unveiling of the Spring issue of Forum. All are invited, contributors are invited to read and receive a free copy of the magazine. There will also be an open mic for everyone else as well as refreshments. So come on down.
Friday, May 21
11:00 am-12:30 pm,
Rosenberg Library Room 304
First a correction, the start time for the Hotel Utah fundraiser was incorrectly listed as 9 pm — the start time is actually 8:00 pm.
There will also be a raffle and an open mic, once again that is this Friday, 8 pm, a good time will be had by all.
Directions etc. at the Hotel Utah’s website: Hotel Utah Saloon
So coming up very soon is a big event for Forum — we will once again be having a fundraiser for the magazine at the Hotel Utah Saloon featuring poets Sharon Doubiago, Louise Nayer, Alexandra Teague, novelist Seth Harwood and live music from Francesca Lee.
It’s happening Friday, April 16, at the Hotel Utah Saloon
$8.00, 21 and over, 8:00 pm
A reminder to everyone out there, the fundraiser for literary magazine will be at Hotel Utah tomorrow (October 11, 2009).
[see previous post for information]
Show Starts 8PM, here’s the line up:
Award-winning Poet and Co-founder of Omnidawn will do a reading
Bay Area Singer/Songwriter will do her 1st Set
Literary Magazine Advising Teacher and
Author of “Inverse Sky” and “Ark” will do a reading
will do a bit of comedy
-Free drink at the Bar
-A bottle of alcohol
Readings by Guests/Staff of the Forum
-Autographed copy of Dave Eggers’ newest book “Zeitoun”
Hope you come ^-^
– Sam B.
Hello everyone. Forum is having a fundraiser at the Hotel Utah Saloon on October 11th. The show starts at eight and there will be a reading from the award winning poet Rusty Morrison, followed by live music from Francessa Lee, and an open mic. The cover is seven dollars and the proceeds will go toward Forum. Hotel Utah is located at 500 4th st, and the corner of 4th and Bryant. For more information and directions head to http://www.hotelutah.com.
I hope to see everyone there.