City Night Readings Series Presents

City Night Readings Series Presents

An Evening of Open Mic Friday June 3 Little Crêpe Café102 Oxford Street, Cambridge         6:00 – 9:00 PM Presented by: Jean Dany Joachim

City Night Readings Series Presents

City Night Readings Series Presents

COMMUNITY A Celebration of the Art of Words Featuring: May 06 –  Luke Salisbury – Mary Buchinger Bodwell – Fred Brown – Doug Holder – Philip HasourisMay 13 –  Jacqui Morton – Jonathan Bennett Bonilla – Thomas Wylie –  Rénold LaurentMay 20 –  Rhina P. Espaillat – Molly Lynn Watt – Laurie Galluccio – Willy…

City Night Readings Series Presents

City Night Readings Series Presents

Creating Abroad an evening with Rénold LaurentPaintings & Poetry Saturday February 19, 20225:00 – 9:00 PM Little Crepe Cafe102 Oxford Street Cambridge MA  A Community Event!

City Night Readings Series Presents

City Night Readings Series Presents

SOLIDARITY Readings & Conversations Friday April 23, 2021 / 6:30 – 9:00 PM Zoom Link Access: Solidarité avec les étrangersSolidarité avec les émigrésSolidarité avec les kidnappésSolidarité avec les prisonniersSolidarity with the Native AmericansSolidarity with the Black AmericansSolidarity with the Latin AmericansSolidarity with the Muslim communitiesSolidarity with the Asian familiesSolidarity with the white allies and accomplicesSolidaridad…

“What Matters Now” Poetry Festival 2020

Join The Conversation Wherever you are, wherever you’re from, welcome to City Night Readings Poetry Festival in Cambridge, Massachusetts. This is a special moment in our lifetime that requires us to do many things differently. Whether you are in this city or anywhere else in the states, you are welcome. You are welcome from Madrid;…

City Night Readings Series Presents

HOME Friday February 28, 20206:30pm – 9:00pm An evening of Literary Arts and Music  Join The Conversation Little Crepe Cafe102 Oxford Street Cambridge MA  FREE Two blocks away from Porter Square “T” Stop

Martha Collins

Martha Collins

From “Blue Front” There were trees on those streets that were named for trees: Sycamore, Cedar, Poplar, Pine, Elm, where the woman’s body was found, where the man’s body was taken and burned— There must have been trees, there were trees on Seventh Street, in front of the house that stands in the picture behind…