Tuesday, March 7th from 8-10 p.m. at:
1036 N. Mills Ave, Orlando, FL 32803
Orlando’s newsiest reading series leaps into spring with a crackerjack cadre of local authors, giving us poetry and prose inspired by the headlines of February. Host Tod Caviness welcomes the following writers, provided their sense of humanity survives the constant air-raid siren of our current news cycle:
– Josh Dull
– Darlyn Finch Kuhn
– Trevor Fraser
– Racquel Henry
– John King
Your Scribbler intends to read from the Bigly Beautiful Book of What Women Want.
Don’t make me come get you!
… you’ll enjoy STOPUMedia’s website and its brand-new book where a gent who looks vaguely familiar mansplains what women want.
“Nasty women want this book for Valentine’s Day; BELIEVE ME.” ~ D.J. Drumpf
Free Feb. 28th event hosted by Lezlie Laws, who writes: Our February Creative Momentum Gathering is going to be extra special. Charlene Edge is a former student of mine who has just published her long-awaited memoir called Undertow: My Escape from Fundamentalism and Cult Control of the Way International. Now is that a title, or what???
Charlene is a remarkable woman and has a remarkable story to tell. I would love for you all to be there to hear not just her story of being in a cult, but her story of becoming a writer who is able to boldly express her experience. It’s an amazing story of a young woman who wanted to be closer to God, and found herself enmeshed in intrigue, deception, and mind control. How she found her way to freedom is fascinating, and the writing of that journey is equally as fascinating.
Join us for the FREE event, on February 28 from 7-9 p.m. at Cocina 214, Winter Park. Come early and eat some tacos with me if you want! You must reserve a seat, though, so let me know if you can make it. The room is filling up quickly!”
Read more here.
The arts scene in Central Florida is vibrant and thriving. Your Scribbler, Darlyn Finch Kuhn, and Brad Kuhn have a lively, fun discussion with the hosts of From the Heart on Magic 107.7 FM. Enjoy!
(Jack Kerouac photographed by John Cohen, 1959 – Photo: John Cohen/L. Parker Stephenson Gallery/Getty)