Come to Waterline Writers on Sunday, January 20th at 7 p.m. Hear John Arends map the constellations of soul, conscience, society and planet, while Caroline Johnson gives unmarked milestones careful attention. Gerry Souter finds the train station a cold platform for friendship, and Bruce Steinberg’s characters live and breathe like family and friends. Frank Rutledge will take to the mic to deliver words that sing like music or singe like lost love. We might also have a Spoken Word author / performer from the Slammin’ the Sun Down competition!
This ain't your Momma's book club. Waterline Writers has created a gem of an event for lovers of literature who are eager to discover the best of local writing talent.
Waterline Writers takes place on the third Sunday of each month at 7 p.m. in the gorgeous Water Street Studios gallery (160 S. Water St., Batavia, IL 60510). Talented published and not-yet-published writers are selected by Waterline Writers to read their work in this free public event.
Authors run the gamut of literary styles and genres with readings ranging from novel excerpts, short stories, poetry, plays, lyrics, screenplays, spoken word, experimental and multimedia work. Refreshments are provided.
To learn more about this event, view readings from past events, or to find out how to participate, go to http://www.waterlinewriters.org for more information.