Archive for Polish Hill Arts Festival

7/15 Polish Hill Arts Fest

Posted in Events with tags , , , , on July 15, 2018 by 6GPress

Karen sez…

I’m gearing up to return as a bookseller to the (11th annual) Polish Hill Arts Fest this Sunday July 15th! Karen’s Book Row will be on the streets from Noon-8pm, featuring novels, memoirs, & poetry, along with priced-to-move children’s books, travel books, & blank books. The Polish Hill Arts Fest is a recommended fair, with some great food, fun music, amazing arts vendors, and two reading events. I’m excited to share a booth with native Pittsburgher Paola Corso: She’s a terrific poet & fiction writer who will be tabling for Steppin Stanzas, featuring art & poetry about Pittsburgh’s historic public steps. She’ll be leading a poetry reading on the steps next to the Immaculate Heart of Mary church (it’s the huge one–you can’t miss it) at 2:30pm on Sunday. At 3:30pm, we’ll hear poetry from Rachel (formerly known as Billie Nardozzi).

7/19 Small Press Pittsburgh @ Polish Hill Arts Fest

Posted in Events with tags , , on July 13, 2015 by 6GPress

THIS SUNDAY, hear the food, eat the tunes, & hit up Karen Lillis & friends for all your small press needs…

 

 

7/20 Small Press Pittsburgh @ Polish Hill Arts Festival

Posted in Events with tags , , , , on July 19, 2014 by 6GPress

TOMORROW, check out Karen Lillis’s Small Press Pittsburgh table at the Arts Festival for all your Six Gallery & other small press needs. I’ve been told by Daniel McCloskey that Cyberpunk Apocalypse will also have a table… & of course, as always, there will be fine food, music, art & so forth.

 

7/21 Small Press Pittsburgh @ Polish Hill Arts Festival

Posted in Events with tags , , on July 15, 2013 by 6GPress

Karen Lillis has secured Six Gallery a place at the table! Buy all the books, or just pretend to look at them with an interested expression for what seems like a polite period of time & then awkwardly walk off to get a falafel or whatever. There are far worse ways to spend a Sunday in Pittsburgh – yammering, bilious, unnamable ways – so stop by & treat the sense or senses of your choosing to something you actually enjoy.