Writer Scott Woods facilitates this 2-day poetry gauntlet: reading, writing and editing original poems both old and new, so participants should come with two poems they wish to receive input on.
To ensure a quality experience, only 18 tickets will be made available for both days.
There are no single day tickets.
Saturday 11/13 – Sunday 11/14
Saturday hours: 10 am – 4 pm
Sunday hours: 10 am – 3 pm
Tickets $115. Only 18 tickets available.
* Proof of vaccination/negative test within 48 hours required.
Tickets may be purchased online or at SLG starting August 26.
Deadline: 11/6 or when tickets sell out.
Scott Woods is an Emmy-winning writer and event organizer in Columbus, Ohio. He is the founder of Streetlight Guild, a performing arts non-profit. He is a 2018 Columbus Foundation 2018 Spirit of Columbus Award recipient, as well as the Greater Columbus Arts Council winner of the 2017 Columbus Makes Art Excellence Award for his event series “Holler: 31 Days of Columbus Black Art”, and was named the first-ever “Face of Columbus” by Columbus Alive. Woods is the author of Urban Contemporary History Month (2016), We Over Here Now (2013) and Prince and Little Weird Black Boy Gods (2017). He has been featured multiple times in national press, including multiple appearances on National Public Radio. He is the co-founder of the Writers’ Block Poetry Night and in 2006 became the first poet to ever complete a 24-hour solo poetry reading, a feat he bested seven more times without repeating a single poem.
Photo: Joss Ford Photography