Introducing Fort Worth Artist’s Salon

As many of you know, we’ve had a very successful poetry night that occurs every third Sunday of the month at the library at 7. We are trying something new with this event and would like to extend the invite to writers and artists of all kinds.

There will be a theme for every meeting, and the artists will choose the theme at the previous month’s meeting! The goal: create, share, talk!

Join us Sunday, November 20th at 7pm.  The theme is: Ode to Strangers.

For continued updates about the event, please check out our Facebook Event!


A Night of Poetry


Designed by 9 year old Noli

Join us Sunday, January 17th at 7pm as we host a Night of Poetry at the Fairmount Community Library.  Our featured poet is Malak Abdallahi.   Malak is a poet and activist who stands up against bigotry and inequality.

Her performance will be followed by an open mic.

Wine and snacks will be provided.

As always, your donations are appreciated.

Join us for a Night of Poetry

Designed by 9 year old Noli

Designed by 9 year old Noli

This month’s Poetry Night has two featured authors, followed by our usual open mic time. Join us and share the spoken word Sunday, July 12th from 7:00 to 9:00 pm.

Gayle Reaves-King is a Texas native who lives in Fort Worth, where she is a journalist by day. Her poems have been published in Illya’s Honey and Red River Review and in anthologies published by Rebel Poetry of Ireland. This year her chapbook Spectral Analysis was published by the Dallas Poets Community after it was named runner-up in that group’s chapbook contest. She’s part of the brain trust at Pandora’s Box Poetry Showcase. A member of the Writer’s Garret in Dallas, she owes a lot to her fellow members of the Stone Soup peer review group. She is currently working with co-authors on two nonfiction books, which she will happily describe to anyone interested.  Learn more about this amazing poet here: Gayle Reaves-King

Logen Cure is no stranger to the Fort Worth poetry scene, and is the author of three chapbooks: Still (Finishing Line Press 2015), Letters to Petrarch (Unicorn Press 2015), and In Keeping (Unicorn Press 2008). Her work also appears in Word Riot, Radar Poetry, IndieFeed Performance Poetry, and elsewhere. She works at Tarrant County Community College where she teaches creative writing and serves as faculty editor for Script, the South campus literary journal. She lives in Grand Prairie with her wife.   Learn more at