4/17: NATIVE Lit Party

Cormac McCarthy once wrote, “There is no such joy in the tavern as upon the road thereto.” Well, sorry Cormac, but we’re going to have to disagree with you in this instance (please forgive us/please do not send The Judge after us).

Next Wednesday, April 17, NATIVE is throwing a Lit Party (get it? We know, it’s hard to be this clever) to celebrate some a few of our friends with a proclivity for prose and poetry. Come out to Analog at the Hutton Hotel to hear readings from Be Witched, Southern Word, The Free Nashville Poetry Library, The Porch, and The Regenerates (with April Gloaming Publishing). And, because we know writers are narcissistic booze hounds, there’s going to be a photo booth from Hi-Fi Media and drink specials (just kidding about the narcissistic boozehound thing, but nonetheless, Capote would be proud of this event).

Readings start at 7 p.m., and best of all, it’s all free. More info here.

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