June 27, 2014
Photo via Visit Philly
Philly is still reading and putting together exciting happenings for readers like you. Whatever plans you might have for celebrating the birth of our nation, don’t let them interfere with any of these upcoming events:
The Philly Feminist Zine Fest will still be going strong on Sunday, June 29th. Get out to Philly Soapbox, Wooden Shoe or Yell Gallery for some exciting workshops and panels.
Also on the 29th, the Rosenbach Museum and Library is offering a hands-on tour of some artifacts that remain from the writing of Bram Stoker’s Dracula.
On Monday, June 30th at the Free Library of Philadelphia, romance novelists Megan Hart, Sara Humphreys and Geri Krotow will be reading from new books and discussing the craft of romance.
Thursday, July 3rd is the first Thursday of July, which means Jus’ Words is hosting another biweekly open poetry slam, emceed by Shyster and E the Poet-Emcee.
Finally, at Tattooed Mom on Saturday, July 5th, True Skateboarding Magazine is premiering its fourth video, Sol, featuring Ryan Chaney, Stephen Kellogg, Tyrone Olson, Jacob Sandin, and Barak Ban-Zino.
This weekly event roundup is brought to you by Quirk Books and APIARY Magazine. Check in every Friday to find literary events happening in your area throughout the week.