The National Writers Union will be hosting a reading and open mic on Monday, November 20, starting at 6:00 p.m. This month Starr Sanders will read from her new novel, Pinkwashed, an anti-fracking drama whose protagonist is a headstrong councilwoman caught up in a political world rife with corruption and mayhem who finds herself convicted of fraud while simultaneously fighting to survive breast cancer.
This will be followed by an open mic that is for spoken word only, but is open to all forms of spoken word (fiction, essays, poetry, articles, polemics, etc.). So bring something to read!
The event will be held at the AFSCME/SEIU Union Hall at 877 S. Alvernon Way in Tucson. The building is on the east side of the street (opposite the Randolph Park golf range) and is a couple of blocks north of 22nd Street. There is ample parking. The room is on the first floor and we will have signs up to point the way.