Having written everything from novels to newsletters, articles to ad copy, Linquist is able to address the writing needs of each individual.The breadth of her background ensures a powerful, involving learning experience that builds on the strengths of each participant.“We watch one another as if the moon does not exist, / as if there is body of water between us. He sees a doe instead.” [email protected] Quinoneszs read this lovely poem “Apophenia” in @Muzzle Magazine! #Feature Fridays Lovingly packed Inprint Margarett Root Brown Reading Series season subscriber packets by Dave! Coming to a mailbox near you 📭Purchase a season subscription at: inprinthouston.org/for-readers/in…
The series begins Friday, 8/30 at 7 pm featuring Raquel Abend Van Dalen followed by an open mic! pic.twitter.com/i Njrvm Cjj F REMINDER: Cinepoetry Workshop - mailchi.mp/0012e0c1f119/r… I want poems that address 1) the difficulties faced by Immigrants 2) queer intersectionality 3) social justice 4) modern love 5) joy 6) Intl. Fellowships & prizes for @uhcwp students & an annual prize for an undergraduate at @Rice University is one way Inprint supports writers in Houston!
A generative cinepoetry workshop series designed to investigate & experiment with the intersection of film and poetry. Starts Sept 15 pic.twitter.com/Cuq Smij S3F #Feature Fridays is here with #uhcwp where every week we celebrate the writers in our program! Tickets for the Inprint Colson Whitehead Reading on Monday, September 16, as well as season subscriptions for the entire Inprint Margarett Root Brown Reading Series, are on sale now! To learn more about how we support writers in our community, go to: inprinthouston.org/for-writers/su…
One position is for a writer with a concentration in fiction, and the other for a writer with a concentration in poetry, both to begin January 16, 2019 and end June 1, 2019.
Our program houses Ph D and MFA degrees in Creative Writing and also hosts a sizeable undergraduate concentration, and minor, in Creative Writing.
The University of Houston is also home to Gulf Coast, a national literary journal.
Houston is a thriving, diverse, and dynamic city that boasts a wealth of cultural opportunities.It's also a perfect choice for students who speak English as a second language.With the knowledge and hands-on practice you gain from this course, you'll be able to express yourself clearly and persuasively in writing—both in your personal life and in the business world. We meet several times a month for critiques, workshops, write-ins, and to share our work. id=1o H3W4id FZQEv Vcc Vb0Td UXt Ej1Upl9VS26d7z65vmk UWrite Club (formerly Monday Night Writers: Houston) is a writing club for authors of all experience levels.Write Club recreates the college writing workshop experience.Whether you write professionally, are trying to get published, or would just like to hone your writing skills, everyone who is capable of being constructive and taking constructive criticism is welcome. Please sign up on the linked Google Doc or message the organizer to be added to the list.First up is @caitweissorcutt, whose book VALLEYSPEAK was awarded the Silver Book Award for Poetry by the Independent Publisher Book Awards. For more details, visit: inprinthouston.org/for-readers/in… pic.twitter.com/Z9at Yjlod S The memorial for Paul Otremba will be Friday, July 5th at 1 pm at Rice Memorial Chapel on Laboratory Road on the Rice University Campus, 6100 Main St, Houston, TX 77005. Celebrate the spring issue of Gulf Coast Journal with a spring reading and reception featuring Justin Torres and three CWP students - Poetry Ph D Erika Jo Brown, Poetry MFA Dallas Saylor, and Fiction Ph D Brenden Oliva: facebook.com/uhcwp/posts/10…Reception to follow at Brochstein Pavilion nearby,... Here is the link to the sign up sheet: https://drive.google.com/open?id=1o H3W4id FZQEv Vcc Vb0Td UXt Ej1Upl9VS26d7z65vmk U2.