FAQ: Where (And How) Can I Read My Own Work To A Crowd?

April 27, 2017

Want to share your own writing with a crowd? Well, then, UntitledTown Book and Author Festival welcomes you!

Are you a college student interested in sharing your work? Then please contact Kelsey Langlitz, the Sheepshead Review’s publicity director, to reserve your spot in the Reading: College Author Reading Invitational at the Titletown Tap Room – William Larsen Event Hall, April 30, 11 am–12:15 pm.

Not a college student? That’s ok. There are two other chances to read your work:

On April 29, 11 am –12:45 pm., the Local Authors Reading: Open Mix will take place at the Titletown Tap Room – William Larsen Event Hall. Authors who are interested in participating as readers may sign up here.

Then, stick around the Tap Room from 1–1:45 pm for the Reading: Wisconsin Author Invitation with Vicky Meawasige Reed and Laurie MacDiarmid. Authors who are interested in participating as readers may sign up here.

Never read your work out loud to a crowd? Here are a few tips and tricks to help you overcome any stage fright:

Before the Reading

During the Reading

After the Reading

Above all – just remember to have fun. Enjoy the experience, the chance to engage an audience with your work.