Twelve Literary Arts 

Because poetry is for the people ...

In partnership with The Cleveland Foundation and Famicos Foundation, Twelve Literary Arts is proud to announce its Glenville Artist-in-Residence Program. Two artists from all disciplines will be provided one bedroom apartments inside The Madison building in historic Glenville at a reduced rental rate. To apply and for more information visit us our Glenville Artist-in-Residence page. 

  • The historic Madison Building in Glenville. 1464 E. 105th Street.
    The historic Madison Building in Glenville. 1464 E. 105th Street.
  • The Neighborhood: Heritage Lane across the street from The Madison.
    The Neighborhood: Heritage Lane across the street from The Madison.
  • The kitchen.
    The kitchen.
  • Open kitchen/living room floor plan.
    Open kitchen/living room floor plan.
  • Bathroom.
    Bathroom.
  • Bedroom.
    Bedroom.
The historic Madison Building in Glenville. 1464 E. 105th Street.
The historic Madison Building in Glenville. 1464 E. 105th Street.

TLA Youth Feature: A'Diva Warren

When A'Diva Warren first became a youth fellow in TLA's One Mic Open After School Fellowship, she was a shy, quiet junior attending Villa Angela Saint Joseph High School. Today, she is a Northeast Ohio poetry slam champion, recipient of TLA's Visible Voice Scholarship in the amount of $40,000 over four years, and a future leader for Northeast Ohio. View her story below. 

TLA Spotlight: Barbara Smith Writer-in-Residence Nina Domingue-Glover

Nina Domingue-Glover is Twelve Literary Arts' current Barbara Smith Writer-in-Residence. Nina has received a $5000 stipend, an office space at Twelve Literary Arts, and opportunities to share her work in progress throughout Northeast Ohio. During her residency period, Nina will bring to completion a musical theatre adaptation of “Ruby Booker and the Booker Boys” by children’s book author Derrick Barnes. 

Twelve Literary Arts programs are  brought to you thanks to the generous support of: