Posted by: poet kate hutchinson | March 14, 2016

Next Reading: Madame Zuzu’s in Highland Park

zuzu logoI’m really looking forward to the next reading from my book.  It’s slated for Saturday night, March 26, at 8:00 at a trendy new spot in Ravinia-land, Madame Zuzu’s Tea Shop and Art Studio.  Billy Corgan — he of Smashing Pumpkins fame — owns this space, though I hear he rarely makes appearances.  Regardless, it has an interesting vibe and attracts a small core of poetry diehards to its Saturday open mic sessions, which are sponsored by Highland Park Poetry.

Margie Skelly and I will again be sharing the stage as the opening readers.  After that, anyone can share their work, so writers — bring something to read!

Madame Zuzu’s is located at 582 Roger Williams Ave. in Highland Park.  Here is the link to their website:





  1. Sounds like great fun, Kate! Only wish I could be there. Wishing you a lovely evening, and a rapt audience.

  2. Thanks, Susan! Definitely hoping for that rapt audience. 🙂

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