Feb 26, 2009

Red Sky celebrates Irene Drennan

Sunday night's Red Sky reading celebrates the late Irene Drennan, active in It's About Time since its beginnings, 1989

Please join us
Sunday, March 1, 2009

A Tribute to Irene Drennan with Esther Altshul Helfgott, Priscilla Long, Denise Calvetti-Michaels, Anne Sweet and Diane Westergaard

PLUS Open Mic!
Sign up at 6:30
Reading starts at 7:00

Richard Hugo House
1634 11th Street

It's About Time Writers - March 12, 2009

Please join us for our 235th reading
6:00 - 7:45 p.m.

Ballard Branch Seattle Public Library
5614 22nd Ave. N.W.Seattle , WA 98107

Darby Ringer, Moreah Vestan, Anne Sweet and Roberta Feins on the Writer's Craft

Roberta Feins lives in Seattle, and works as a computer consultant. She received her MFA in poetry from New England College in 2007. Her poems have been published in Tea Party, Floating Bridge Review, and The Lyric, and are forthcoming in Five AM and Antioch Review. She edits the e-zine Switched On Gutenberg http://www.switched-ongutenberg.org/

Moreah Vestan is a Life Coach, a Compassionate Communication trainer, a landlady, and a grandma. She’s author of Pleasures and Ponderings: From Nun to Nudist to Now, a book of 77 essays, and Diving Right In: Reflecting on Life's Adventures, a book of poetry and vignettes.

Darby Ringer’s poems have appeared in Pontoon #1, switched-ongutenberg.org, Poetry and Art on the Buses, 2001, among others. She has received bachelor’s degrees from the University of Washington in French and Landscape Architecture. She is a landscape designer and lives in Seattle, Washington.

M. Anne Sweet is a poet and artist. She has a full length poetry collection entitled Nailed to the Sky. Her poetry has appeared in many print and online literary journals. She reads and performs throughout the Pacific Northwest and is a past winner of the Bart Baxter Poetry in Performance Award. Please visit www.quillonline.com.

Feb 5, 2009

Next meeting, new venue

The next gathering takes place at 2pm on Sunday, February 15 at Grey Gallery & Lounge (www.greygalleryandlounge.com) down the street from Richard Hugo House on Capitol Hill.

We've decided to discontinue use of Feierabend as a meeting place, but we will continue to alternate meetings at Brouwer's. Come check out Grey and let me know what you think -- and thanks to Noel for the suggestion!

Date/time: February 15, 2009, 2:00pm
Place: Grey Gallery & Lounge (1512 11th Avenue, Seattle, WA)