FIRST FRIDAY READING SERIES
Readings begin at 8:30 pm
1520 West Main
(two blocks south of The Menil Collection, one block east of Mandell)
Admission is free
Inprint is proud to serve as a host for the First Friday Poetry Reading Series. The First Friday Series is the oldest poetry series in Houston and has been held monthly on the first Friday of each month since 1975. The series is coordinated by Robert Clark, who may be e-mailed at firstname.lastname@example.org or HPFest@aol.com. The featured poet is always followed by an open mike. Readings begin at 8:30 pm. Readings are free and open to the public.
Please note that Inprint only serves as host to the Series, it does not
coordinate the Series.
January 4, 2019–Outspoken Bean
February 1, 2019–Julianne Tran
March 1, 2019–Elina Petrova
April 5, 2019–Robin Reagler
May 3, 2019–Jane Chance
June 7, 2019–Toni Holland
July 12, 2019–40th Anniversary with Cindy Huyser
August 2, 2019–Billie Duncan
September 6, 2019–Melissa Studdard
November 1, 2019–Anis Shivani
December 6, 2019–Carrie Kornacki
January 2, 2020–Sean Johnson
February 7, 2020–John Milkereit
March 6, 2020–Sara Henning
Community literary links
Jaipur Literature Festival at Houston 2018
Produced by Teamwork Arts in partnership with Inprint, Asia Society Texas Center, and the Consulate General of India, JLF at Houston is a a two-day festival with internationally acclaimed authors and thinkers engaging in a range of provocative panels and debates alongside some of Houston’s leading local writers, running Friday and Saturday, September 14 and 15. Scroll below for details on each day’s events.
TICKETS: Use discount promo code INPRINTJLF2018 for $50 tickets for Friday and Saturday here or $10 tickets for Saturday only here. Special $5 student tickets are available for the Saturday portion of the festival as well.
International Literature Festival 2018
Casa Cultural de Las Americas and the University of Houston College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences present the International Literature Festival 2018 on November 6th and November 7th in Houston and then November 8 in San Antonio . Enjoy two days of readings, panels, and talks by writers from Argentina, Colombia, Cuba, Ecuador, Mexico, Spain, United States, Uruguay, and Venezuela. Register here.
Download the program and schedule here.