Founded in Ann Arbor, Michigan, The Crazy Wisdom Poetry Circle presents live, virtual readings by a variety of poets and writers. Bookmark us to stay current with our scheduled events or, if you are a WordPress user, “follow” us. You can also visit our YouTube Channel for videos of past readings and follow us on Facebook.
Next Reading Event
June 22, 2022
7 – 8:30 PM Via Zoom
Click registration on the menu above or email firstname.lastname@example.org to request the meeting link. The Zoom Link will be emailed to you the day before the event.
Featured reader is followed my open mic.
(If you have attended an event in the past two years, you are already registered to receive links to all live reading events.)
Shutta Crum has poems published in Typehouse, 3rd Wednesday, Blue Unicorn, Acumen, and a chapbook, When You Get Here, which won a gold Royal Palm Literary Award. Her newest book is The Way to THE River. Of her many books for young readers, THUNDER-BOOMER! was chosen by Smithsonian Magazine and American Library Association as a notable book.
Mike Maggio, poet and fiction writer from DC Area, has had work published in Potomac Review, Pleiades, and L.A. Weekly. His newest of several books of poems is Let’s Call It Paradise. His recent novel is In the Valley of Granite and Steel, and Letters from Inside is a collection of his stories.
Your hosts for the Poetry Circle’s Live Events:
Ed Morin, David Jibson and Lissa Perrin.
Readings are scheduled for the 4th Wednesday of each month (except for December and August). Events feature a reading by one or more well-published writers, followed by an Open Mic at which anyone is welcome to read something of their own or a favorite poem.
On the second Wednesday of the month, we hold a relaxed and informal poetry workshop. Anyone is welcome to participate. At a workshop you are encouraged to present a poem you are working on for positive and constructive comments by your peers. We hold workshops online via Zoom. Write us at email@example.com to receive the link on the day before the workshop). Read the guidelines for our poetry workshops HERE.