Join us the weekend of October 8 through 10 for a cornucopia of online events! Traditionally our annual Crawl is a large scale literary event featuring dozens of wordsmiths and storytellers bridging genres and generations, demographics and experience levels. Due to Covid, this years festivities will be ONLINE and will remain to be FREE to attend.
THE LINE UP INCLUDES:
7 pm- C3 VIRTUAL KICKOFF HAPPY HOUR: Snag a glass of your favorite libation, pull up a seat and let’s hang for a virtual happy hour! Sure, sure, it’s not the same as an evening of pub crawling but there will be writerly banter, a raffle for some cool prizes and live music provided by Kim Archer!
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2 pm- SONG/STORY LABORATORY: Bringing together his love of literature, song, and storytelling, musical theater songwriter Daniel J. F. Wolfert presents this 45-minute set of songs from across his catalogue, including songs from his upcoming collaborative work with Puget Sound playwrights Jessi Pitts, Kendall Uyeji, and Maggie Lee, performed by local Puget Sound vocalists. Fans of Stephen Schwartz, Stephen Sondheim, and Sara Bareilles, as well as readers of speculative fiction, will be right at home in this theatrical virtual concert.
7 pm- UWT PRESENTS: TBD
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7 pm- We Need a Reckoning: Tacoma’s Women of Color read from Blue Cactus Press and TWCC’s upcoming anthology: “We Need a Reckoning,” to be published in December by Blue Cactus Press, is a deeply powerful collection of poetry, essays and memoir by women and non-binary people of color in the Tacoma, Washington area. The collection is simultaneously a rallying cry for the land we build our homes in; a spell for strength and safe passage through tribulation; and a celebration of the power and brilliance of women. Among the contributors reading their work on October 10 will be Judy Cuellar, Chanel Athena Estrada, Katherine Felts, Lauren Perez Hoogkamer, Gaian Bird, Marisha Kasjan, and Jesi Vega.
Creative Colloquy is fiscally sponsored by Shunpike.