In addition to his writing and work in the nonprofit sector, Martínez has taught English and creative writing at Our Lady of the Lake University.
Part of the writing process expressed throughout the conference was to share writing because sharing experience builds communities and advocacy.
The theme for this summer’s conference is “Writing for Change” and Jones will be adding her rich poetic background to the three days of programming.
Gemini Ink spoke with Viramontes about best writing practices, creative inspiration, and her forthcoming workshop in San Antonio.
Attendees can explore this year’s theme, “Writing for Change,” in a variety of panels, workshops, readings, and a small press book fair.
An unflinching poet and SA native, Brown is not afraid to foreground the more contentious issues of our times in her dynamic spoken word performances.
Writers Resist SATX will bring together more than 100 South Texas writers for a mass reading as part of a communal joining of diverse voices and viewpoints.
Just in time for Thanksgiving, San Antonio-based author Regina Moya serves up her third novel, El Día del Guajolote.
Gemini Ink is continuing its monthly reading series Around the World with the Novel, led by the renowned poet and educator Jim LaVilla-Havelin.
In 1972, Jan Jarboe Russell graduated from The University of Texas at Austin and took a job at the San Antonio Light newspaper.