FAQ: Where (And How) Can I Read My Own Work To A Crowd?

April 27, 2017

Want to share your own writing with a crowd? Well, then, UntitledTown Book and Author Festival welcomes you!

Are you a college student interested in sharing your work? Then please contact Kelsey Langlitz, the Sheepshead Review’s publicity director, to reserve your spot in the Reading: College Author Reading Invitational at the Titletown Tap Room – William Larsen Event Hall, April 30, 11 am–12:15 pm.

Not a college student? That’s ok. There are two other chances to read your work:

On April 29, 11 am –12:45 pm., the Local Authors Reading: Open Mix will take place at the Titletown Tap Room – William Larsen Event Hall. Authors who are interested in participating as readers may sign up here.

Then, stick around the Tap Room from 1–1:45 pm for the Reading: Wisconsin Author Invitation with Vicky Meawasige Reed and Laurie MacDiarmid. Authors who are interested in participating as readers may sign up here.

Never read your work out loud to a crowd? Here are a few tips and tricks to help you overcome any stage fright:

Before the Reading

During the Reading

After the Reading

Above all – just remember to have fun. Enjoy the experience, the chance to engage an audience with your work.


UntitledTown

Downtown Green Bay

April 28-30, 2017

UntitledTown Book and Author Festival will promote all aspects of book culture including movable wood type, the traditional book, graphic novels, and podcasting. Over the course of three days, festival attendees will be able to choose from a long list of readings, discussions, panels, workshops, and other events of interest to writers and to readers held at venues in Downtown Green Bay. The vast majority of these events will be free and open to the public. In addition, there will be a book expo showcasing local, regional, and national publishers and their books.

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