For a list of readings series and festivals that take place regularly, check out our “Hitting the Road” blog series. You can also find a roundup of literary festivals here. To have your poetry event listed on our website, please email email@example.com at least two weeks in advance with the following information: Date, name of event, time, venue name and address, city, province, readers, description, and link.
Events for March 21, 2017
Prendre place Série de performances ► 16 au 25 mars 2017 Prendre place est une série portant sur les arts performatifs qui réunit sous un même toit huit artistes exceptionnels issus des quatre coins du monde au moment précis où la notion de lieu devient singulièrement pertinente. Lieu de ... [click for more]Find out more »
Shab-e She’r (Poetry Night) XLIV Nowruz 2017 Celebration Toronto’s most diverse poetry reading and open mic series Featured poets: Nasim Asgari & Luciano Iacobelli Featured musician: Radwan Altaleb Haft Seen: Alma Mostofian Host: Bänoo Zan Time: Tuesday, March 21, 2017 Place: St. Stephen-In-The-Fields Church, 365 College St, Toronto, Ontario M5T ... [click for more]Find out more »
As part of World Poetry Day, Tuesday, March 21, 2017, at 7 p.m., Louise Carson will speak at the Dollard-des-Ormeaux Public Library, 12001 Blvd. De Salaberry, DDO, Quebec. 514-684-1496Find out more »
VERSeFest, Ottawa’s International Poetry Festival returns for an eclectic mix of written and spoken word poetry Tuesday, March 21 to Sunday, March 26, 2017. 60 poets. 6 days. 1 festival. All events take place at Knox Presbyterian Church (120 Lisgar St.) unless specified otherwise below. See versefest.ca for tickets and ... [click for more]Find out more »
Celebrate World Poetry Day at Four Corners Library! Whether you are a seasoned poet, new to the poetry game, or just love listening to poetry, you are invited to come out and soak in the vibe. No admission, and open to all ages. Hosted by Lamoi, Founder of Reckless Arts ... [click for more]Find out more »
Come celebrate World Poetry Day with CV2 and Prairie Fire. The evening will feature readings by Angeline Schellenberg, Dr. Sharanpal Ruprai, Kerry Ryan, as well as high school students Jodi Hill and Madison Elenbass. Cake and refreshments to follow the readings. Angeline Schellenberg’s first collection, Tell Them It Was Mozart, ... [click for more]Find out more »