Lostintheletters is an Atlanta-based literary organization. They host a bi-monthly reading series, writing workshops and the annual Letters Festival. The 2015 rendition of the Letters Festival will be held at Atlanta Contemporary, from Thursday, November 12th through Saturday, November 14th.

The Letters Festival is a three-day independent literature festival with writing workshops, conversations, discussion panel, a book market and live readings featuring some of the country’s most riveting independent authors.

For information, go HERE.

Events schedule:


Live readings8:00-10:00 PM ($10): Dorothea Lasky, Janaka Stucky, Nikki Igbo & Marcela Fuentes


Book Market open (publisher and small press vendor space)—5-10 PM
Book Market happy hour 5-6 PM
Author talk—7:00-8:00 PM (Free)
Live readings—8:30-10:00 PM ($10): Amelia Gray, Phillip B. Williams, Kalapana Narayanen & Nick Sturm
After party reading— 11:00 PM-2:00 AM at Manuel’s Tavern (Free)


#UNDEROVERON workshop 10 AM (Free) with select artists from Atlanta Contemporary’s Studio Artist Program
Book Market open 11:30 AM —10 PM
Poetry workshop with Dorothea Lasky—12:00-1:00 PM (Free)
Art of Live Reading with Khadijah Queen—2:00-3:00 PM (Free)
One Hour MFA (in fiction) with Michael Kimball—4:00-5:00 PM (Free)
Discussion Panel, “Maintaining Your Writing Practice and Building a Literary Community”—6:00-7:30 PM (Free)
Live readings—8:00-10:00 PM ($10): Khadijah Queen, Jac Jemc, Ada Calhoun, Julia Elliot & Jibade-Khalil Huffman

All events located at Atlanta Contemporary. Friday evening After Party at Manuel’s Tavern.

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