September – Wine, Cheese & The Spoken Word

The art and performance of the spoken word in its many forms – plays, poetry, stand-up, story-telling, improv, dramatic readings – takes the stage every other month, alternating with Coffeehouse musical events on the fourth Saturday. Open Mic sessions are held during intermission. Sign up for Open Mic when the doors open.

Spoken Word Months – January, March, May, July, September, November

If you are interested in producing a play, staging a reading, etc., please submit a proposal for consideration using the Proposal for Play Production form or the Proposal for Performance form. For more information, please contact Carol Welter at

Upcoming Performance

Saturday, April 27 at UUCA

Wine, Cheese & the Spoken Word

Wine, Cheese and the Spoken Word – Double Poetry Feature with Open Mic

Felton Eaddy is a writer, performer, and educator whose poems have appeared in DrumVoices, Out of the Rough, African American Review, and Poetz. Felton also leads a variety of educational programs for all ages, featuring his own poems as well as folk tales and slam poetry. He is curator and producer to Felton Eaddy’s Poetry Kitchen, a live literary show held on the fourth Friday of each month at Hammonds House Museum. Eaddy taught writing and literature, including poetry, at Clark Atlanta University for two decades. Author: If I Hold My Tongue, Living By the Sword & Bending Over to Pick Up a Snake

Erika R. Land is a 21st-century war poet, known for her numerous essays, fiction novels, and various poetry collections, and for being a civil rights activist. As a War Poet, Erika channels her experiences of being deployed to Mosul, Iraq to help with Operation Iraqi Freedom into dynamic poetry that takes the reader on a journey emotionally and physically.

Readings 7-9pm. Open Mic in the middle. Suggested donation for Admission is $5, but no one will be turned away.