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.
Gemini Ink is thrilled to host Santa Fe writer Matt Donovan as a featured visiting author this October.
Gemini Ink will host New York City poet Janet Kaplan as one of four visiting authors at its inaugural Writers Conference July 21-24 at El Tropicano River Walk Hotel in downtown San Antonio.
Gemini Ink, a local literary arts nonprofit, will host its first ever Writers Conference at the historic El Tropicano Riverwalk Hotel from July 21-24.
From July 21-24, nonprofit literary center Gemini Ink will convene local and national authors and publishers for a four-day writer’s conference at the El Tropicano Riverwalk Hotel.
With his prolific recent works, New York Times Bestselling author David Shields has called out contemporary writers to break away from our traditional ideas of “memoir” and “the novel,” said Elissa Schapell of Vanity Fair.
Iconic Chicana writer and poet Sandra Cisneros has written critically-acclaimed books, traveled far and wide, and learned invaluable life lessons along the way, but perhaps one of her proudest accomplishments is having collected a solid group of creative friends over her more than 40-year literary career.