Readings start at 6:30 PM
Admission is free and open to the public
Your community, your block, your town. Please join us for Paging Columbus: In the Neighborhood, where we explore the spaces we inhabit, resist, or claim, and the complex responses that we have to the places where we live, work, and wander. Our tour guides will be four brilliant writers, who will share their poetry and prose: Jennifer Luebbers Leonard, Kendra DeColo, Nick White, and Barbara Fant.
Please won't you be our neighbor? Readings will begin at 6:30 PM. Come and chat among friends, and enjoy the gorgeous and necessary new exhibit, Start at Home: Art from the Frank W. Hale, Jr. Black Cultural Center Collection.
While this country keeps insisting on decidedly unneighborly acts of hate, we will not abide this. You can always borrow sugar. Together, we will keep our shoulders to the door where the big bad wolves loiter, and use our voices and hearts to chase them away.
Paging Columbus is a literary event series at OSU Urban Arts Space, started in 2011 by poet and instructor Hannah Stephenson. Held every other month, our events (which include themed readings, panels, and parties) celebrate the vibrant community of writers, readers, and creative thinkers in our city.
Image above by Paul Octavious.