There are so many writerly events in April! Of course, we have meetings April 11th for the Main Meeting, April 4th for the Memoir Group.
But there’s lots going on in all over! Here’s just a taste:
there are so many ways to celebrate. (Does anyone want to volunteer to post poetry-related content here in April? Leave a comment or drop me an email. Or, just do it!) Poets.org has lots of cool suggestions like:
- Follow the thousands of National Poetry Month celebrations taking place using #npm16 and follow the Academy of American Poets on Twitter @POETSorg.
- Participate in National Poem in Your Pocket Day on April 21, 2016.
- Sign up for Poem-a-Day.
- Host a Poetry event!
- there’s more suggestions at their page, HERE
NaNoWriMo is holding the first Camp NaNoWriMo of the year. (there’s another one in August.) It’s a chance to join a ‘cabin’ of fellow or sister writers, encourage each other and write like the wind around the virtual campfire every day this month.
Here’s your Camp NaNo to-do List so you’re ready for April 1!
Downtown Bethesda MD celebrates the diversity of modern literature from April 15 through 17. This is the 17th year for the festival which includes more than 20 free events, including readings, talks, book signings, and contests. Featured authors include Joanne Bamburger, Cokie Roberts, Kater Alcott, David E. Hoffman and more. Learn more HERE.
Running in Washington DC from April 14 to April 17, this annual poetry festival is dedicated to “calling poets to a greater role in public life and fostering a national network of socially engaged poets.”