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Inprint’s Online Reading Series features former Inprint fellowship and prize recipient Miah Arnold

In the news

TexasHomesforSale.com recently featured Inprint in a piece entitled “This organization is really putting their ‘Inprint’ on Houston.” Click here to read more.

Arts + Culture Magazine writers selected Inprint events for in an article entitled  “What We Loved & More: A + C Writers Look Back at 2015 and Ahead to 2016.” Click here to read more.

The Houston Chronicle wrote a feature story on the Inprint Senior Memoir Workshops in an article entitled, “Seniors share life stories through memoir program.” Click here to read more.

 

In Memoriam

Cynthia Macdonald, one of the founders of Inprint and founding director of the University of Houston Creative Writing Program, died in August. Cynthia, a widely admired poet, worked closely with community members Glenn Cambor, Karl Kilian, and Gay Block and UH colleague Donald Barthelme to launch Inprint and thought of the Inprint name. We remember Cynthia fondly and with endless gratitude for her vision and hard work. Our thoughts and hearts are with her family. Click here to read to read The New York Times tribute, “Cynthia Macdonald, Poet Known for Humor and Ability to Shock, Dies at 87,” and click here to read the obituary. To make a donation in honor of Cynthia, make check payable to Inprint and mail to 1520 West Main, Houston, Texas 77006.

An Open Book

An Open BookCheck out Inprint’s blog, An Open Book, celebrating Houston’s literary scene.  In the latest post we talk about the exciting literary event coming up at Asia Society Texas Center featuring top young Korean poet Kim Kyung-Ju and others.

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