March Readings & Events

Thursday, March 8, 7:30 p.m.
Poetry at Tech: Alice Friman and David Wojahn
Robert C. Williams Paper Museum

Thomas Lux hosts this evening of poetry featuring two noted poets. The event will be held in the Kress Auditorium of the Williams Paper Museum, 500 10th Street. Plenty of free parking.

Saturday, March 10, 4:00 p.m.
Ja A. Jahannes 
Auburn Avenue Research Library
Jahannes will give a talk on “Women In Literature – A View” followed by a book signing of his two latest books at the Auburn Avenue Research Library, 101 Auburn Ave.

Wednesday, March 14, 8:00 p.m. 
Poetry At Callanwolde: Michael Diebert and Stephen Windham
Callanwolde Fine Arts Center
Join two guest poets Michael Diebert and Stephen Windham as Callanwolde celebrates the art and performance of poetry with readings in the unique setting of the Callanwolde Library. Michael Diebert, poetry editor of The Chattahoochee Review, teaches at Georgia Perimeter College. He has published poems in Southern Poetry Review, The Pedestal, The Meadowland Review and elsewhere. Stephen Windham's poems have appeared in Poetry East, Press and The Snake Nation Review. He will be reading from his new chapbook After Words.Tickets are sold at the door. $5 General Admission, $3 Students with ID, Seniors, and Members. For more information visit

Wednesday, March 21, 7:00 p.m.
Kevin Young
Highland Inn Ballroom Lounge
Poet Kevin Young returns with The Grey Album On the Blackness of Blackness, which combines essay, cultural criticism, and lyrical choruses to illustrate the African American tradition of lying – storytelling, telling tales, fibbing, improvising and "jazzing." Highland Ballroom is at 644 N. Highland Avenue. A Cappella Books will have copies for sale.

Friday, March 23, 8:00 p.m.
What's New In Poetry Series: Zachary Schomburg, Ciny Arrieu-King, Megin Jimenez & Laura Cronk
Emory University

The Emory Poetry Council will host a reading at the Barnes & Noble campus bookstore, 1390 Oxford Road. The reading is free and parking is available on the street and in the deck behind the store.

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