Erase Hate Through Art Reading and Reception
Columbia Association Art Center
October 11 • 1pm – 5pm
A gallery reception and reading with musical performances hosted by Ashlee Jozet Adam and Regina Jozet Adams. Musical performances by Terrell Brown, Laura Farrell, The Mosaic Harmony Gospel Choir, and debuting the music of Ben Harrell. Live Poetry presented in association with the Howard County Poetry and Literature Society.
A Little Patuxent Review Quartet:
Michael Salcman, M.D., Fred Foote, M.D., Ann Bracken, and Jen Grow
Howard County Library, Miller Branch
September 20th, 7-9 pm
In Partnership with Little Patuxent Review and the Howard County Library a reading by poets Michael Salcman, M.D., Fred Foote, M.D., Ann Bracken, and and short story writer Jen Grow.
E. Ethelbert Miller
Monteabaro Recital Hall
Howard Community College
Click here to register for this FREE event and let us know you are coming.
Other upcoming events
As we plan the 2015/16 season, we are excited to announce a few dates to save. Mark your calendars now and we’ll see you for another year of wonderful literary events soon.
- Evening of Irish Music & Poetry with Eamon Grennan,
- Friday, February 19, 2016, at 7:30 p.m.
- Smith Theatre Horowitz Center, Howard Community College, Columbia, Md.
- Blackbird Poetry Festival, with Marie Howe!, Thursday, April 28, 2016, at 7:30 p.m.
Already This Season:
Underground Rooftop Coffee House — Voices from the Edge
Rouse Company Foundation, Student Services Building Room 400
Howard Community College
September 10th, 7-9 pm
In partnership with HCC’s Arts Collective and the What Improv Group ?!?!? and the campus’s Creative Writers.
Please join us for an Underground Rooftop Coffee House, an event fuses W.I.G.’s underground, edgy take on improv with powerful and evocative stories inspired by poets and writers. W.I.G.’s cast features HCC students, staff and guest artists: Douglas Beatty, Noah Bird, Diego Esmolo, Doug Goodin, Daniel Johnston, Autumn Kramer, Terri Laurino, Scott Lichtor, Thomas Matera, Apryl Motley, Shannon Willing, Sierra Young… and a few secret-surprise guests! This event will also feature poetry and prose written by HoCoPoLitSo’s Nsikan Akpan and Katy Day and local Stoop star James Karantonis. You can’t have a coffee house without music, right? Chris Sisson and Steven Caballero will provide an acoustical array of songs for the evening.
$10 All Students with I.D., Seniors/Military/Groups
$15 General Admission
Parental guidance suggested. No one under 14 admitted. Seating is limited, reserve tickets now!
Special Event – Post-Show Discussion:
Following 9/10’s performance!