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Join us for Writers' Night Out, Monday, May 5 at 7pm (unless otherwise noted below)

Click here to discover your nearest meet-up location. Writers' Night Out is your chance to meet and mingle with writers in your area. We meet the first Monday of every month in locations across the state. Join us for this informal gathering where you can discuss what you are working on, what you are reading, where you are submitting your work, and more. Several locations feature special events noted below. All NHWP Writers' Night Out events are free and take place at 7 p.m. unless otherwise noted. If you would like to host a Writers' Night Out in your region, please contact volunteer Writers' Night Out coordinator John Herman (john.c.herman "at" gmail.com).

Please note that there will be a meet-up in Lebanon on Monday, APRIL 14 at the Salt Hill Pub, 2 South Park Street, Lebanon. Socializing begins at 6:30 pm; readings start at 6:45. Open Mic (7-min readings). All genres welcome. This region is looking for new coordinators to help out! Interested? Get in touch.

Register now for "EMBODIMENT: Honoring Poems Through Performance" with Mark Palos of Slam Free Or Die, Saturday, June 21 at 1pm

Have you ever wanted to perform your poems for an audience but just feel like something is missing or like you don’t know how to begin? In this workshop, we will discuss what makes up a truly great performance, the importance of honesty (and the meaning of physical honesty), projecting confidence and ownership, how to develop a performance based on the content of the poem, balancing that with the emotional space that inspired the writing of the poem in the first place, and also audience analysis and adaptation. Click here for more details including how to register.