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Electoral college book author presents May 12 as part of LIT Talks series

The Iowa City UNESCO City of Literature, in partnership with the Iowa City Public Library, will host author Jesse Wegman on May 12, when he will discuss his new book, Let the People Pick the President: The Case for Abolishing the Electoral College. Wegman’s talk will be online at 7 p.m. Visit https://bit.ly/LITtalks to register […]

Help Crown a Slam O Vision Champion

Participating Cities of Literature have chosen their winners, now it is time to rank them all. Videos of the winners will be screened at 7:30 p.m., Thursday, August 1 at MERGE. Those in attendance at our event will help to rank them. These rankings will join those from other cities and be used to pick […]

MusicIC Festival to celebrate ‘greatest hits’ during June 26-29

The MusicIC festival returns for a ninth season from June 26-29, 2019. Over the course of four programs, MusicIC will feature some favorites from past festivals, celebrating classics of chamber music as well as contemporary sounds. The Festival is presented by the Iowa City UNESCO City of Literature organization. The festival is curated by MusicIC […]

Slam-O-Vision

The Iowa City UNESCO City of Literature will co-host a special slam poetry event with Iowa City Poetry Slam and Drop the Mic – Iowa City at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, June 22, at MERGE as part of the Downtown Iowa City Block Party. The event, Slam O Vision, is a project of the international […]

St. Andrew Presbyterian Church Presents: A Conversation with Biographer Maxwell King

On April 27, author Maxwell King will share insights on Mister Rogers as part of St. Andrew’s weekend-long series, “A Friend Just Like You.” He will be joined by former Iowa City resident Saleem Ghubril, founder of the Pittsburgh Project. In “The Good Neighbor,” Maxwell King traces Fred Rogers’ personal, professional, and artistic life to […]