We started in the Big Apple and traveled to Nairobi, Kenya and Chicago. Drop by the Salon nearest you and meet other writers.
Our first January reading is coming up fast! Please join us at our temporary venue, Celtic Crown Public House (https://goo.gl/maps/6zi7QTwHamw), near Lincoln Square at Western Ave/Montrose, on the last Sunday of this month for an outstanding lineup of writers. Paula Carter, Jan English Leary, Ruben Quesada and Sharon Solwitz will be sharing from their latest novels, memoirs, short story collections.
1/28, 7 pm
Celtic Crown Public House, 2356 W Cullom Ave, …
A luminous literary lineup lands at the November 19th Sunday Salon. Like gold in your pocket. (Yes, autumn is a cool, but gracious season.) Join us in welcoming to the mic four fierce, funny, and insightful writers with new books. You won’t want to miss this event. At Von Bar, 3 Bleecker St. 7pm.
Abeer Y. Hoque is a Nigerian born Bangladeshi …
It's a big literary world, and Sunday Salon is smack dab in the middle of it. Check out the Salon blog for the latest news and views.
As of September 2017, Sunday Salon readings will take place at Von Bar at 3 Bleecker St. (between Bowery and Elizabeth St) in the East Village. Take the B, D, F, V to Broadway–Lafayette St or the 6 to Bleecker …
With Carey Cranston, President of American Writers Museum
With Mitzi-Jill Rapkin, Writer, Teacher, Host of literary podcast First Draft
“An Illustrated History of Battlefield Medicine” by Edwin Rozic
“The Story Goes” by Racquel Goodison
“A Grandfather’s Guide to the Resistance” by Leland …
A big thank you to Lynn Halller and John K. Wilson, co-organizers of Evanston Literary Festival, who invited us to join their 13 day long language and books celebration.
Our writers’ books were sold by Bookends & Beginnings, and Celtic Knot …