#MotownWriters: DWW Speak, Poetry Event on February 13, 2018 #MichLit

Greetings lovely and handsome DWW writers!

Our next DWW event is the ONTV taping of “Speak, Poetry” on
Tuesday, February 13, 2018
Here are the details:
  • Address: Lake Orion ONTV: 1349 Joslyn Road, Lake Orion, MI 48360
  • Orion Center Building. Senior Center entrance on right, ONTV entrance on left
  • Parking in front of building
  • Phone #: 248-693-3377
  • Arrival time: 6 p.m.
  • Taping time: 6:30 p.m.
  • Seating capacity is 30
  • DWW President will welcome audience and viewers, give brief history of DWW, and introduce each reader
  • Taping concludes by 8:30 p.m.
  • THIS IS NOT LIVE TAPING. The reading will be edited for viewing on YouTube and Lake Orion ONTV.
  • A green screen will be used for taping, so avoid wearing green clothing.
  • Joe Johnson (who was on the panel at the September DWW Conference) will mock Detroit Working Writers lettering into the screen to identify the group.
  • We’re encouraged to bring refreshments, including coffee and tea. Joe says it makes the event more welcoming.
  • Guidelines for poetry lines and fiction/nonfiction word count:  since this is going on the air, subject matter should be for general audiences.  Each reader has @ 10 minutes.
Only DWW members can read, but family/friends/nonmembers are welcome to be in the audience.  We have four DWW members signed up to read thus far; we would love to have more!
Please RSVP to
 by Tuesday, February 6, 2018, if you are interested in participating.
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