Why There Are Words

Sun, 05 February 2017 // 06:00 PM
Bowery Poetry, 308 Bowery, NYC (map)

WTAW-NYC is pleased to announce that our first event will feature readings by David Groff, Maria Laurino, Cliff Thompson, Mary Lou Buschi, Mark Solomon, and Anthony Cappo. Please join us at the Bowery Poetry Club at 6 pm on Sunday, February 5. Use the link below to purchase discounted tickets in advance:


Why There Are Words, founded in the SF Bay Area in 2010, is a national neighborhood for writers & poets to share their words in premiere live venues. Readers represent a diverse range of working writers from emerging to well published, each sharing the common criterion of excellence. Thoughtful curation is a hallmark of WTAW Press, a 501(c)3 nonprofit independent publisher of exceptional books, with a commitment to publishing essential voices that may be otherwise overlooked, underlies the reading series.

To learn how to apply to become a reader at Why There Are Words, see the website http://whytherearewords.com.

To find out more about WTAW Press go to http://www.wtawpress.org. $8 in advance, $10 at the door