Mission

Gemini Ink’s mission is to teach the craft of writing to people of all skill levels so they can bring their stories to life. As San Antonio’s writing arts center, we provide a supportive home for readers and writers of all levels through our online and in-person workshops and literary community. We believe everyone has a story and writing that story is powerful. Our strategic vision is to teach 12,000 people how to bring their stories to life by 2023.

Results

Gemini Ink’s programs serve children, youth and adults across San Antonio. We serve an estimated 4500 participants annually: 83% take our programs free of charge, and 67% of those served are people of color. With 25% of households in the city under Federal poverty and a population 63% Latino and 8% African American, our outreach into all corners of the city is especially significant.  For 27 years, we’ve increased San Antonians’ access to the writing arts, grown literacy, and built joy in and engagement with reading and writing.

National Advisory Board

Andre Dubus III

Edward Hirsch

Debra Monroe

Urayoan Noel

Barbara Ras

Martha Rhodes

Richard Russo

David Shields

Naomi Shihab Nye

Joan Silber

Patricia Spears- Jones

Chuck Wachtel

Board of Directors

Charles Massiatte, President

Clarice Golightly-Jenkins, Vice President

Erik Aagaard, Secretary & Interim Treasurer

Cary Clack

Nan Cuba

Martin Rico

John Phillip Santos

Alexandra van de Kamp (Ex-Officio)

Staff

Joshua Cantú
Registrar & Administrative Assistant 
joshua@geminiink.org

Florinda Flores-Brown
Writers in Communities Director
fbrown@geminiink.org

Anisa Onofre
Marketing Director
aonofre@geminiink.org


Alexandra van de Kamp
Executive Director
avandekamp@geminiink.org

Interns

Robin Bissett

Joshua Levario

Silvia Lira-Perez

Emily Rogers