Month: May 2014

What’s Next?

Last week’s evening with Eve Jones was a delight, particularly since we were treated to some of Eve’s new work. Last month’s event with Maxine Beach and Stef Russell was pretty amazing, as well. We’re going to go ahead and call Prose/Poem’s kick-off a success, if we say so ourselves.

In coming weeks, we’ll post some more photos and Post-it stories/poems from the events.

In the meantime, pencil us in for a few dates after our summer hiatus, won’t you please?

Tentative 2014-2015 season:

  • Tuesday, September 23
  • Tuesday, October 21
  • Tuesday, November 18
  • Tuesday, February 17
  • Tuesday, March 24
  • Tuesday, April 21

We look forward to seeing you when the days grow shorter and the leaves turn… Stay tuned.

Tonight! An Evening with Eve Jones

Tonight is our interactive evening with poet Eve Jones, presented by Prose/Poem, on Monday, 5/12, 7-9 PM, at the Mud House, 2101 Cherokee St.

This is an after-hours event for the Mud House, so there’ll be no food, but plenty of beveragey-goodness. BYOB, if you like.

If you are looking for food before the event, check out some of these neighborhood favorites:

  • Neveria La Vallesana – 2801 Cherokee Street
  • Taqueria El Bronco – 2812 Cherokee Street

These are open before and after (until 10 PM):

  • Benton Park Cafe – 1900 Arsenal Street
  • Frazer’s Restaurant and Lounge – 1811 Pestalozzi Street

We’ll see you soon!


Poets and Writers: The Night Is Young, but the Deadline Approaches

There’s still time to send in your response pieces for the Eve Jones reading on Monday night. So, sit right down and that poem or short-short you’ve been working on before you head out for your Saturday night activities, you minx!

E-mail your response piece to sarahkuntzjones at gmail dot com.


The Inaugural Reading in Pictures

Coming up: The sticky note stories, poems, and drawings from the inaugural reading event, including the winning effort from Jonathan Turek.