Past Readings

Sunday Salon has celebrated over 15 years and 150 readings in four different cities and two continents. National Poetry Month, Dark Tower, special events and much more.

NYC | January 24, 2016

We’re kicking off 2016 with an event to celebrate the international anthology A Kind of Compass: Stories on Distance and One Story, Thirty Stories: An

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NYC | December 20, 2015

To literary love in 2015. To the page, the book, the literary magazine. To wintertide arriving curbside. To you along for the joyride. We’re celebrating

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NYC | November 15, 2015

Beautiful, blazing autumn in full gear, HOT OFF THE PRESS literary bounty is here! We’re excited to welcome four amazingly talented writers with shiny, new

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NYC | October 18, 2015

Rain or shine (or probably both), October brings diverse, award-winning writers to the Salon stage and we can’t wait! Let’s raise a glass to compelling

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NYC | May 17, 2015

May is turning Sunday Salon upside down and inside out with the arrival of SKIN, THE AMBASSADORS, GHOST MONTH, and DEMON ROOM. No, not the

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NYC | April 19, 2015

We love April because 1) poetry, 2) poets, 3) spring, and 4) we’re celebrating this beautiful universe of verse with four immensely talented, award-winning poets

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NYC | March 15, 2015

 March means double happiness! Spring is heading our way and so is the much-anticipated Sixth Annual BREAD LOAF WRITERS FROM THE DARK TOWER event at Sunday Salon!

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NYC | February 15, 2015

Hello, February! We’re celebrating matters of the heart and soul this month with people and things we adore: superb writers, stand-out books, and outstanding talent.

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NYC | January 18, 2015

Huzzah! Here come the literary fireworks and just in time for the new year! We’re welcoming four breathtaking writers to light up your evening and

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NYC | December 21, 2014

For the final chapter of the 2014 season, Sunday Salon welcomes five incredibly talented wordsmiths to the stage, including two contributors to the newly-published, much

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