“CANTO CANTÚ: CELEBRATING THE WORLDS OF DR. NORMA ELIA CANTÚ”
Writing is such a solitary activity (as are so many other creative endeavors) that finding camaraderie makes a difference. Here's to writers in Texas who showed me that it's best created with warmth and generosity.Kathy West
They really welcome you in. I interned at Gemini Ink in college and was very fortunate to meet all its staff members who are some of the most intelligent, kind, and artistic people I have ever met. The classes are always filled with strong writers and poets. I was in a summer camp they put on in 2011 (when I was around 15) and it helped me find my path to becoming a poet. It's a wonderful literary arts organization that does a great job of helping people tell their own stories.Gerald S.
A real treasure. If you like to write - prose, poetry, whatever - and want to find like-minded folks, this is the place. All skill levels are welcome and friendly advice is provided. Terrific speakers and seminars too.William B.
I can't say enough lovely things about Gemini Ink and their internships! They do amazing things in the SATX area.Brazos River Review
One of jewels of San Antonio. They do so many great things for the community, working with young people, incarcerated teens, veterans, and anyone interested in writing and literature. Great combo of visiting and local authors. Classes for all skill levels.William Glenn
I’m so happy to see the things Gemini Ink is doing!
Loved reading at Gemini Ink! If you are a writer in the San Antonio area, get thee to their HQ on Navarro street!Emily PerezAuthor of What Flies Want, winner of Iowa Prize for Poetry.