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Send your subscriptions to this email for now

Mar 12th, 2012 | By | Category: News

Our email does not seem to be working. Please send your submissions to:
Our email is down and we are ying to get it working again. For nw, purchase please send your stories and poems to me at:

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Never too much of a good thing but…

Jun 29th, 2011 | By | Category: News
Never too much of a good thing but...


Writing workshop to benefit writer-in-residence program

Mar 17th, 2011 | By | Category: News

DETROIT–A writers’ workshop to benefit the Dzanc Writer in Residence program will be held Saturday, April 9, 10 a.m.-noon at Royal Oak Public Library.

This workshop examines the traditional sections of a short story (beginning, middle, and end) and shows …



Send Us Your Short Stories, Your Series, Your Pride and Joy

Apr 5th, 2010 | By | Category: News
UPDATED: October 31st As the Story Editor of Troubadour 21, I have had the immense pleasure lately of reading many wonderful short stories and discovering some excellent authors. I have only been the story editor here for a few short weeks, but I have been involved with T21 since it was a mere gleam in our much esteemed executive editor’s eye. Carlton Smith III had the amazing idea of bringing together artists of all kinds, not just in the Detroit metro area, but from places both far and near. Once I became story editor, I contacted my authors by email, to receive more of their wonderful work...


Gigi and Helen’s Adventures in Dating Blog is Up!

Feb 18th, 2010 | By | Category: Helen's Horrors of Dating, News, Series, The Adventures of a Thoroughly Confused Gigi
We want this blog to be fun and exciting and to have our readers interact with us, by not just writing comments, but also by sending us their stories about dating, nightmares or success stories.


Tell Us Who You Are

Jan 24th, 2010 | By | Category: News
Here at T21, we are wondering who are readers are. Please take a few minutes to answer these questions to let us know. Your participation is very much appreciated.


A Collaboration of Art and Poetry

Sep 25th, 2009 | By | Category: News
The Sweet Epiphany Cafe, Troubadour 21 and Cinema 3956 Present

Artistic Endeavors, A Collaboration of Art and Poetry

For two evenings on the first weekend in October, treat yourself to the finest in local art and poetry at the Sweet Epiphany Cafe (13305 W. Seven Mile Rd, Detroit MI, 48235). Local artists, Adam Klimek and Anthony Callis, along with photographer Courtney McClenehan will be displaying their works for your perusal and purchase as every hour a local poet will take the stage to entertain.


Editor’s Desk: What’s News at Troubadour 21

Aug 23rd, 2009 | By | Category: News
After two months in print (or pixelation as it were) we have had some exciting growth here at Troubadour 21. We have had over 1300 unique visitors to the site and almost 13000 page views. And while this doesn't yet put us on the map in the larger internet world, we are very encouraged by the start. We are now up to 26 Troubadours published on the site, giving you a wide array of pieces to read and view. And we are always looking for new contributors. Our poetry section has become our biggest success and we are receiving new submissions lately at an increasing rate, which we are very excited about...


T21 Merchandise!

Aug 20th, 2009 | By | Category: News
Today we have launched the first version of our Cafe Press store. It is still a work in progress, which we will be expanding and cleaning up in the coming weeks, but for now there are items on there you can purchase and help us spread the word to writers and artists everywhere. Follow the link below for a link to the store and more information


New Submission Guidelines

Aug 10th, 2009 | By | Category: News
Our submission guidelines have changed! As the site grows, managing it can become a little bit more difficult, so we have updated our guidelines to help us post your work more easily. Follow the link below to see the guidelines, or click the "Submit Your Work" tab.