AIPF 2017 Schedule  (revised 4/3/2017)

If you would like to view the list of readers at City Reads, please look here for Thursday and Friday availability and here for Saturday and Sunday.

Thursday, April 6, 2017
10:00-5:00 Poet Check in at New World Deli
12:00-1:30 Workshop at Malvern Books facilitated by Joaquin Zihuatanejo (State Feature)
12:00-1:45 City Read at Recycled Reads hosted by Ralph Hausser
12:00-1:30 City Read at Maria’s Taco hosted by Patricia Fiske                       Reading Full 
12:00-2:15 Social Justice Read at Kick Butt Coffee hosted by Gordon Magill   Reading Full
1:00-2:30 City Read at New World Deli hosted by Del Cain
1:30-3:00 City Read at Maria’s Taco hosted by Patricia Fiske 
1:45-3:15 Workshop at Malvern Books facilitated by Robert Lee Brewer (National Feature)
2:00-3:45 City Read at Recycled Reads hosted by Louise Richardson
2:30-4:45 Adult Slam at Kick Butt Coffee
                  hosted by Michael Thompson (Lost in Thought) and co-hosted by Janet Kuypers
2:30-5:00 When Time and Space Conspire Read at New World Deli 
                    hosted by Dr. Charles A. Stone           Reading Full
3:30-4:45 Poetry of the Times Read at Malvern Books 
                    hosted by Griselda Castillo                Reading Full
4:00-6:30 City Read at Recycled Reads hosted by Robin Barratt
6:45-7:45 Open Mic at Recycled Reads hosted by Ralph Hausser
7:00-9:00 LGBTQ Read at BookWoman hosted by Cindy Huyser
7:00-9:00 All Star Poetry Reading at Barnes & Noble at the Arboretum   Reading Full
                    hosted by Barbara Youngblood Carr and co-hosted by Herman M. Nelson 

Friday, April 7, 2017
10:00-5:00 Poet Check in at New World Deli
12:00-1:30 Workshop at Recycled Reads facilitated by Dillon McKinsey (National Feature)
12:00-2:15 Voice of Empathy Read at Malvern Books hosted by Hal C. Clark          Reading Full
12:00-2:00 Bare Your Soul/Sole Read at Kick Butt Coffee hosted by Chris Billings  Reading Full
12:00-1:30 Special Guest Read at Maria’s Taco hosted by Paul Richmond
1:00-2:30 City Read at New World Deli hosted by Del Cain
1:30-3:00 Performance Poets and Special Guest at Maria’s Taco hosted by Paul Richmond
1:45-3:15 Workshop at Recycled Reads facilitated by Roger West and Roja Chamankar
2:15-4:45 Man Read at Kick Butt Coffee hosted by Chip Ross 
2:30-4:45 City Read at Malvern Books hosted by Sandi Horton
2:30-5:00 When Time and Space Conspire Read at New World Deli 
                    hosted by Becky Liestman                                        Reading Full   
3:30-5:45 City Read at Recycled Reads hosted by Louise Richardson  Reading Full
4:00- 6:00 Beauty in Languages Read at Blanton Museum of Art – Auditorium 
                    hosted by Barbara Youngblood Carr                          Reading Full
6:10-6:50 PoeTrain Presentation at Blanton Museum of Art – Auditorium
                    presented by Pat Connors
7:00-10:00 di-vêrsé-city Anthology Launch at Blanton Museum of Art – Auditorium

Saturday, April 8, 2017
(See Workshop Schedule for workshop times on Saturday. The first workshop starts at 8:30 am.)
10:00-5:00 Poet Check in at New World Deli
12:00-2:15 City Read at Recycled Reads hosted by Louise Richardson
12:00-1:45 City Read at Kick Butt Coffee hosted by Chip Ross
12:00-3:00 Feature Read at Maria’s Taco hosted by Joyce and Mike Gullickson 
1:00-2:45 City Read at New World Deli hosted by Linda Marie   Reading Full
2:00-2:45 Haiku Death Match at Kick Butt Coffee
2:30-3:30 Open Mic at Recycled Reads hosted by Robin Barratt
3:00-4:45 City Read at Kick Butt Coffee hosted by Sandi Horton  Reading Full
3:00-5:00 City Read at New World Deli hosted by Gordon Magill
3:45-5:45 City Read at Recycled Reads hosted by Louise Richardson
6:00-8:00 Woman Read at BookWoman hosted by Cindy Huyser  Reading Full
7:00-9:00 Music & Poetry Read at Westminster Manor                  Reading Full
                    hosted by Barbara Youngblood Carr   
7:00-9:00 Special Guest Bucolics Anonymous performance at Malvern Books
                  hosted by Teresa Roberson
11:00-12:00 Haiku Poetry & Tea with Thom at Full English
12:00-6:00 Midnight to Dawn Open Mic at Full English 
                    hosted by Chip Ross and hosted by Festival Thom

Sunday, April 9, 2017
10:00-11:30 Founders’ Brunch at New World Deli  RSVP – limited tickets available
11:30-1:30 Special Reading at New World Deli hosted by Linda Marie
                    Four Founders: Festival Thom; John Berry; Herman M. Nelson; Sue Littleton
2:30-5:00 Music & Poetry Read at Threadgill’s North Lamar           Reading Full
                    hosted by Barbara Youngblood Carr and hosted by Chip Ross  
4:00-6:00 The Austin Writers Roulette, “Pretense is Underrated” followed by an Open Mic
                at Malvern Books hosted by Teresa Roberson
5:15-7:00 Annual API Membership Meeting at Threadgill’s North Lamar chaired by Mark

(“Reading Full” indicates the poetry reading is full and no other AIPF registered poetry readers can be added to the scheduled reading.  AIPF registered poets may sign up . All Open Mic readings are free for anyone to read. All listed readings are free for the public to attend.)

Poets:  Sell Your Books at AIPF
AIPF Headquarters at New World Deli will sell books for registered poets during the festival from Thursday through Saturday afternoon.  Additional details will be available at AIPF Headquarters.

Blanton
Please note that SELLING is NOT ALLOWED in or around the Blanton Museum of Art, the Smith Building, or anywhere on the University of Texas Campus. 
Food or drinks are not allowed in the Blanton Auditorium.

Casa De Luz is VEGAN.  Please be respectful of all areas of Casa De Luz by not bringing in any animal products including eggs and dairy.

Malvern Books Sales Policy
If anyone has books they would like to sell at the event, they need to let Malvern Books know at least 24 hours in advance and know that Malvern Books does have a 60/40 split for anything that sells.

New World Deli is Family Friendly.

Recycled Reads
As with all library facilities, SELLING or soliciting is NOT ALLOWED.
Food or drinks are not allowed. (This does not apply to water in a clear, capped bottle that is consumed away from a workstation.)
Abusive, indecent, profane, or vulgar language is not allowed.

If you would like to view the list of readers at City Reads, please look here for Thursday and Friday availability and here for Saturday and Sunday.

Another event happening on Saturday that is not part of the festival is Five Voices One Brush .  Note that there is paid admission.