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Out Loud HSV Featuring Adam Vines

Out Loud HSV monthly open mic and features create a space for literary arts and spoken word to grow! Join us in the Flying Monkey Theater on the second floor of Lowe Mill. Come early to sign up for the open mic, where you will have 5 minutes to share your work. Then we will have a 30 minute feature with Adam Vines!

Adam Vines is an associate professor of English at UAB and editor of Birmingham Poetry Review. He is the author of Out of Speech (LSU Press, 2017) and The Coal Life (University of Arkansas Press, 2012) and coauthor of Day Kink (Unicorn Press, 2017) and According to Discretion (Unicorn Press, 2015) He has published poems in Poetry, The Kenyon Review, The Southwest Review, The Hopkins Review, Ecotone, The Literary Review, 32 Poems, among others. During the summers, he is on staff at the Sewanee Writers’ Conference. 

Out Loud is dedicated to fostering new voices and encouraging participation, so even if you have never been to an open mic before, please come on down and hear some new interesting voices and share! This is a free show, but donations are strongly encouraged. Doors at 6:00, show begins at 6:30.

Earlier Event: November 18
Tin Can Stories
Later Event: November 25
Poetry Slam Sunday