What’s Going On

This is not where the sidewalk ends.  This is where the lines at the Woodland Street sidewalk begins. Whether we are having readings, word game nights, creative workshops, or other various special occasions, this is where you will get the up-to-date information for all of the above so you don’t miss out on the literature love.

East Side Story is publishing an anthology titled Based On: Words, Notes, and Art from Nashville. The project is a special collection of short stories, songs, and visual art prints which are all inspired by one another and blended together into the fold of a single book (cd of the music included).

On Monday, June 15, 2015, East Side Story and the Arts & Business celebrated the release of what could possibly be the most epic creative collaboration of Nashville artists with a one-night release concert extravaganza at Belmont University’s McAfee Concert Hall. The evening was hosted by Music City Roots host Craig Havighurst and included performances by a majority of the contributing artists … all to commemorate the launch of this unique project.

If you are not in Nashville to visit East Side Story to pick up your own copy of this project, no need to worry … YOU can order one and we’ll ship it to you HERE- 

http://basedonnashville.eventbrite.com/

Belmont University's McAfee Concert Hall- where the release show will take place on Monday, June 15th

Belmont University’s McAfee Concert Hall- where the release show will take place on Mon., June 15th

The project includes the following creative talents:

Authors Chuck Beard, Paige Crutcher, Tony Earley, JT Ellison, Cary Graham, River Jordan, Ariel Lawhon, Betsy Phillips, RashadthaPoet (Rashad Rayford), Victoria Schwab, Shawn Whitsell, and Tommy Womack. (intro by- Craig Havighurst /afterword by- Robert Hicks)

Musicians – Kyle Andrews, Boom Forest, Carolina Story, Michael B. Hicks, Griffin House, Phil Madeira, David Mead, The Coal Men, The Lower Caves, The Rough and Tumble, Tristen, and Brooke Waggoner.

Visual Artists – Adam Baker, Cory Basil, Carl Carbonellefharper (Emily Harper Beard), Michael McBride, Barry A. Noland, Rebecca Sloan, Julie Sola, and Ian White.

All proceeds from the book and event will benefit the Arts & Business Council of Greater Nashville.