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Frugal Muse Open Mic

Come watch fellow writers and performers speak, sing, and read their works.

Come perform your latest or best work in front of an attentive audience.

Invite all your friends to come see us at this event - or - to come enjoy some talent they have probably never seen or heard of. We can all have a good time!

No one is required to perform or read their own work, but if you feel like trying it out, ALL are welcome either way! Musicians, actors, writers, and singers will be allowed about 3-5 minutes each (depending on quantity of performers in attendance) to do their thing. Frugal has this well-organized and Clarisse Behr (Open Mic Hostess) and Paul Garrison (Manager) do an excellent job of keeping things fun and interesting.

Note: due to high probability of children attending, adult language should be adapted or avoided at any cost.

Make some new friends who might just inspire you to accomplish your goals and keep you writing.

Our ultimate goal: to help one another improve our works and gain insight into an audience that writing alone without any feedback deprives us of.

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  • Penny G.

    Hi all, I am Penny, and I like writing poems and this year I have been published online at
    I also wrote a tribute to Mike Kellogg, and I have questions regarding First Rights. Halo will publish stories that have been previously published. All my publishing have been freebies. I am trying just to get established. Any advice?

    1 · July 16, 2014

    • Ryno

      Well, some publishers view anything online as published work. This determines, in some instances, whether or not a particular submission for them to publish in an anthology or in determining entries for contests. Some people say go for it, other say to use caution when doing sending to online journals and the like.

      July 16, 2014

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