Barbaric Yawp is a monthly open mic that takes place on the last Sunday of every month at the coffee grounds in St. Paul. Hosted by poet Christopher Title
The Creative Writing Programs established in 1994, was the first MFA in creative writing degree in Minnesota. A few years later, in 1998, Water~Stone Review, a national literary magazine, was founded. Since then, Hamline has developed two more programs in creative writing—a low-residency MFA in Writing for Children and Young Adults and an undergraduate major/BFA in creative writing.
Red Bird Chapbooks publishes chapbooks and broadsides that introduce aspiring and inspiring writers and artists to the larger community. Artist chapbooks provide writers with an affordable, accessible means of bringing their writing to the attention of the community. The Broadside Project brings together artists and writers in a blind collaboration to produce a monthly broadside/ poster that is displayed at local community gathering spots.
TIC stands for TalkingImageConnection, an organization that connects emerging poets and writers with adventurous visual artists and new audiences.
"Each month, Beyond the Pure readings engage artists and audiences in an evening of literary inspiration that is energy-filled, joyous and focused on community. This is what literary art should be!"
A Journal for the uncanny & heroic.
"Sleet is writer friendly. We celebrate excellence in writing: fiction, flash, poetry, irregulars, interviews. AndSleet is the prettiest girl in the room."