Lincoln in the Bardo is hilariously funny, horribly sad, and utterly surprising. If you can fight past an initial uncertainty about the identity of its narrators, you may find that it’s the best thing you’ve read in years.
The Studio@620 presents our monthly Poetry Open Mic event, hosted by Keep St. Pete Lit. Together we bring area writers a recurring opportunity to share their work! Each event will include a featured poet. Interested readers may sign up upon arrival.
Tour goers will learn about the rich history of Gulfport while gaining inspiration from local writers reading from their work. The tour will end at Pia’s in downtown Gulfport. A perfect location to enjoy a post-tour beverage or a fabulous meal!
Sarah Gerard follows her breakout novel, Binary Star, with the dynamic essay collection Sunshine State, which explores Florida as a microcosm of the most pressing economic and environmental perils haunting our society.
KEEP ST. PETE LIT celebrates and promotes greater St. Petersburg’s literary community — past, present and future — through arts, education and events with a literary twist. We are readers, writers and lovers of words who strive to bring an approachable, engaging literary component to St. Petersburg’s vibrant arts community.
KEEP ST. PETE LIT was founded in October 2012. We envision an arts-centric urban area that celebrates the literary past and fosters the literary future of St. Petersburg.