Erato is now accepting submissions for the 2016 issue!
Erato is hosting an open-mic on February 12th at 8:30 p.m. at Under the Couch. Here’s your chance to share your poems with other students and hear their prose in return. If you have nothing to read, come anyway to listen to the creative works of others. You’re welcome to bring and share other works of art as well. Bring your friends!
Thursday, February 12
Under the Couch
Erato is hosting an open-mic on October 28th at 6:00 p.m. in the Clough Lounge. Here’s your chance to share your poems with other students and hear their prose in return. If you have nothing to read, come anyway to listen to the creative works of others. You’re welcome to bring and share other works of art as well. Bring your friends!
Tuesday, October 28
CULC Clough Lounge
Erato will be hosting its next Open-Mic night March 11 in the Clough Lounge. Members of the Georgia Tech community are encouraged to bring and share their various forms writing and art. From poetry to photography to music, we want this to be a time to support and showcase the incredible artistic talent of Tech students and faculty. Bring your friends and enjoy an evening of creativity! There will be coffee courtesy of Octane. Hope to see you there!
Tuesday, March 11
CULC Clough Lounge
When: 8-10 p.m., Feb. 21st
Where: Under the Couch
Reminder for tomorrow night!
Erato will be co-hosting an open mic with Under the Couch next Thursday at 8 p.m. Whether you are looking to share your latest work or you just want to have a fun night of music and poetry, be sure to swing by! As always, there will be coffee and light refreshments. Hope to see you there!
Who: Dan Veach
What: Reading Series
When: 6-7 p.m., Feb. 19th
Where: Clough Commons Room 127
Dan is the founder and editor of Atlanta Review.
Winner of the Willis Barnstone Translation Prize,
he is the co-editor and co-translator of
Flowers of Flame (Michigan State U. Press, 2008),
the first anthology of wartime Iraqi poetry and
winner of an Independent Publisher Book Award.
Forthcoming translations include Beowulf & Beyond,
Anglo-Saxon poems, stories, spells and riddles;
and the Wang River Poems of Wang Wei and Pei Ti,
ancient China’s most famous poetic duet.
He is currently translating the poems of Tao Yuanming.
Dan has performed his own poetry worldwide, including
Oxford University and The Poetry Society in England,
People’s University in Beijing, The American University
in Cairo, The Yeats Society in Ireland, The Poetry Café
in Singapore, the Athenaeum in Madrid, The Greek Island
Poetry Workshop on Spetses, and the Adelaide Festival
of Arts in Australia.
Dan plays clarinet and bass clarinet in the Atlanta Community Symphony Orchestra
and the Callanwolde Concert Band, and has been known
to compose a little music from time to time.
If you haven’t heard already, the Clough Art Crawl is coming up. The event itself will be Friday, February 8th but they are taking submissions until February 1st. This is a great opportunity to have some of your work showcased and there will be a cash prize for each category. If you want to learn more, check out art.clough.gatech.edu.
If you are available the day of (Feb. 8th) and would like to be featured during our open mic, contact me [firstname.lastname@example.org] directly with the pieces you would like to perform as soon as possible. Sets should be approximately 10-15 minutes in length. Thanks and don’t forget to submit!