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nan-cuba-gemini-ink_credit-al-rendon2When artifacts from our current day are analyzed, what writing will represent us? A stock report? An article about Kim Kardashian? Or a story by Alice Munro, who won the Nobel Prize? —Nan Cuba

Thanks to The Rivard Report for this piece on Gemini Ink founder, Nan Cuba.


Nan is this year’s Inkstravaganza honoree!


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We’re excited to announce we’ve received a $25,000 NEA grant to support Tinta Digital (“Digital Ink”), a year-long festival of literary arts education and outreach programs. Writing workshop residencies will be led by professional writers and offered to adults, seniors, and youth, resulting in digital publications that will establish a Tinta Digital Community Literature Collection within the Bexar County BiblioTech (library). (more…)

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© Lily Casura

Via The Rivard Report

The newly renovated Mission Marquee Plaza, former home of the historic Mission Drive-in theater on Roosevelt Avenue in the Southside, was hopping late Saturday afternoon and into the evening at its inaugural event.

San Antonio’s new Poet LaureateLaurie Ann Guerrero read some of her recent work against the backdrop of a freshly-painted teal stage.

Families lounged on lawn chairs, couples cuddled on the grass, and the occasional hipster danced – incongruously Grateful Dead-style – to the sounds of Bombasta Barrio Big Band as night fell on the Plaza.

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