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Reading & Open Mic | The Shanghai Literary Review
Editor's Description
The Shanghai Literary Review (TSLR, sometimes known as ShLit), is hosting its second open mic night this Friday at 8 Art Hotel on the Bund. They're also going to try breaking up the readings a bit with some "literary-themed games" that will be "fun and easy (and optional)." If you want to read some of your own original work, be there on time and sign up on the paper, or pre-sign-up by emailing shanghailiterary(at)gmail(dot)com with your name, the work's title, genre and the length of reading. Try to keep it under 5 minutes, including your introductory remarks. It's on the 4th floor. It's at 7.30pm. It's free.
7 Yan'an Dong Lu, near Sichuan Nan Lu
延安东路7号, 近四川南路
7 Yan'an Dong Lu, near Sichuan Nan Lu
延安东路7号, 近四川南路
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