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Paris Writers Workshop is committed to providing top-level instruction in master classes taught by well-known, published Writers-in-Residence. The PWW has established an international reputation for excellence and for creating a supportive community that respects diverse voices. Both new and established writers are welcome. The Paris Writers’ Workshop is a special event organized by WICE, a non-profit association serving the anglophone community of Paris.

WICE is a non-profit Anglophone association, run by volunteers, that provides cultural, educational and social activities to the international community in Paris. For more than 30 years, WICE has provided high quality, innovative programs for the English-speaking community of Paris. We invite you to join one of our many courses; enjoy everything from a walking tour of Paris, a painting class or one of our popular wine tasting evenings. Feel free to browse our current program of courses online today.

American Library in Paris is a private, non-profit, general and research lending library. Its collection includes: fiction, non-fiction, reference, 250 periodicals, bibliographical databases, audio-visual materials (videos, DVDs, CDs, tapes), and a children’s library. Among the services offered to members: children’s activities, Internet access (cabled and wireless)…
Come and visit us at 10 rue du Général Camou, 75007 Paris

Spoken Word is Paris’s popular open mic night for poetry, prose, stand up, acoustic songs, and more. 90% of performances are in English, but the evening is open to all languages. A welcoming, receptive, and slightly drunk audience guaranteed. Read or perform, or just listen and make new friends! Sign up before 9pm to get a 5 min slot on the stage. 8.30 till midnight every Monday (July and August only every second Monday) at Culture Rapide, 103 rue Julien Lacroix, 75020 Métro Belleville

Poets Live offers an eclectic range of English-language poetry, all styles and tastes, instream and outstream, from the anglophonie, from outside the anglophonie. We want poets visiting Paris to read, we want poets living in Paris to read. Our goal is to explore the breadth of modern anglophonic poetry. Find us on facebook, goodreads or twitter, or email poets@live.fr