It doesn't matter if you enjoy writing poems and creative writing just for fun or if it's a professional career for you; it's always nice to connect with others who share your passion. The Poets & Writers Local app can be used on your iPod touch, iPad, and iPhone as a way to connect with others just like you that are located nearby. What's cool is finding out there is an entire community of creative people that you may never have learned about without the app.
Thanks to the Poets & Writers Local app you'll be opening the door to creative people that want to share their passion of writing. The app works by providing you with information about author events and readings that are happening near you. These events may take place at a cafe, library, bookstore, at a school, or any other place. These events can sometimes be hard to find information on because they aren’t always big events with plenty of advertising. By using the app you’ll be ensuring that you won’t miss out on events that interest you.
The app has just been updated with some bug fixes, general improvements, and some new features. This one requires iOS 7.0 or later to use and doesn't yet have a customer rating. Customers have been leaving comments, though, and unfortunately they are mixed. While some are finding the app to be quite useful, others have had trouble getting it to work at all.
Learn about local events and readings
The Poets & Writers Local app is kept pretty basic and simple but does contain a few noteworthy tools. The app is broken down into a few main areas which are the literary places section where you can do research, learn about historical sites, writing centers, and just find inspiration. In the literary events section you'll be able to discover what events are taking place such as open mics, book signings, local readings, poetry slams, as well as other events. You can read details about each event and get information on the location. When you come across an event you want to attend just save it to your calendar.
The reading venues database is filled with locations that host author events and readings. Lastly are the city guides which offer information on 17 different cities in the U.S.; there are plans to add more guides.