A theater group will be using the Festaal Banquet Room on the following three Wednesdays: Wed Aug 23, Wed Aug 30, and Wed Sep 6 of 2017. Meetings for those three nights will be moved to the separate dining area on the far side of the bar. An off site location (Whittier Park Recreation Center) a few blocks west on 26th Street, will be discussed at the next meeting Wednesday, August 16.
“Whether he was in a ‘trance state’ during his murder spree is a matter of speculation. Whether he was in what’s called ‘baseline consciousness’ is equally speculative.”
TED KING never quits. Here he is again for all his screaming fans:
Sunday, June 11, 11am – 2 pm at Savage Aural Hotcakes.
Info at this Facebook link.
This Friday, May 26, 7pm. TED KING will be featured at the popular Poken Sword Literary Salon.
Here is the Facebook link for details if you’d like to jot it down.
Workshop member TED KING will be one of the featured poets at
The Irish journal, Long Story, Short Journal, will publish a 12,000 word memoir by international author and
Our congratulations once again to a writer with an increasing list of publication successes.
This weekend will feature four Writers Workshop members at three different events.
Expand your horizons at cardinal points and do them all!
FRIDAY Nov. 18 6:30 pm
2001 A Space
2001 5th St NE
SATURDAY Nov. 19 1:00 pm
Oakdale Public Library
1010 Heron Av N
SUNDAY Nov. 20 3pm
Eat My Words Books
1228 NE 2nd St
The literary quarterly, Whistling Shade, will publish an excerpt from LEE HENSCHEL’s two volume novel, The Sailing Master, about a slave adrift at sea in a dingy.
The same issue will feature a memoir by JOHN-IVAN PALMER, relating his part in the heist and fate of Alberto Giacometti’s Seated Woman, a 20th century masterpiece, from the Milwaukee Museum of Art.
Both writers will read at the release party, details below.
Date: Sunday November 20th, 2016
Time: 3:00 pm
Place: Eat my Words Books
1228 NE 2nd St, Minneapolis, MN 55413
Copies of the magazine are available in libraries, bookstores, coffee houses and cafes around the Twin Cities and elsewhere in the five state area.
Repeat offenders, as well as those open to new thrills, are invited to attend Casino Stories, spoken word performances featuring TED KING and others. There will also be short avant-garde films by Wayne Nelson.