Readings, open mics, collaborations, and other events featuring writers and artists we love
If you feel your creative work jives with us and you'd like to propose an event, get in touch at firstname.lastname@example.org. We'd love to hear from you!
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This Valentine's Eve, join us for a different kind of Valentine's reading--one that doesn't focus on the happily-ever-afters but that instead lingers on all that is less than perfect love. We'll feature three special guest readers and will then open the stage to any and all Houston writers and poets for an open mic.
Experimentation, collaboration, and hybridity in writing and other arts are at the center of what FuenteCo stands for. Join us for an interactive celebration featuring work across art forms by past FuenteCo participants, get a sneak peek of what we have in store for Houston's creative community in the coming year, and get to know our FuenteCo team and regulars.
Acompáñanos a una noche de lectura y micrófono abierto para celebrar la escritura creativa en español.
Join us for an evening celebrating the voices of Houston’s writers of color! Whether poets or prose writers, playwrights or young adult authors, Houston-based writers of color have roots around the country and globe and work in every conceivable genre, style, across languages. If you identify as a writer of color, bring your fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and everything in-between to read on the Voices of Color stage!
Reading & Open Mic: Featured readings by Franciszka Voeltz and Jennifer Morales following Plant The Seed: A Generative Workshop. Presented in conjunction with Failure to Identify, a series that creates spaces for innovative, interdisciplinary & risk-taking writers & artists to perform in Houston. FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC
Co-led by Franciszka Voeltz and Jennifer Morales, "Plant the Seed" is a workshop designed to break writers through barriers that keep them from creating the work they are meant to write.
This Valentine's Eve, join us for a different kind of Valentine's reading--one that doesn't focus on the happily-ever-afters but that instead lingers on all that is less than perfect love. We'll feature three special guest readers, Chelsey Clammer, Jasminne Mendez, and Adrienne Perry, and will then open the stage to any and all Houston writers and poets for an open mic.