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April 2022

Apr
06

Off Script: Stories and Visual Art from the Heart of Medicine

5:30 pm
McGovern Medical School, MSB 5.001, 6410 Fannin St #1014
Houston, TX 77030 United States

Lost or Found Have you ever had the thrill of finding a friend, a new sense or purpose or much-needed coins in the couch cushions? Have you ever lost a place, an important person or a cherished object? Join us for a performance of stories and poems inspired by the experiences of loss, recovery, serendipity, or discovery. The readers include Nancy Glass, Deborah Harter, Aliah Lavonne Tigh, Ann Stout, Hachem Bey, and Murali Premkumar. The performance of stories and poems…

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Apr
10

Inprint Cool Brains! Series presents Erin Entrada Kelly

3:00 pm
Meyerland Performing and Visual Arts Middle School, 10410 Manhattan Drive
Houston, TX 77096 United States

Free and open to the public Free copies of Those Kids from Fawn Creek to first 100 families Presentation and Q&A by Erin Entrada Kelly Meet the author, book sale, and signing Free poems upon request from the Inprint Poetry Buskers Interactive writing activity led by author and educator Jasminne Mendez from Tintero Projects Bus scholarships available for student groups at info@inprinthouston.org Order your copy of Those Kids from Fawn Creek from Brazos Bookstore using the discount code INPRINT and…

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Apr
11

Inprint Yusef Komunyakaa & Carl Phillips Reading

7:00 pm

This is a livestream reading and will be accessible from the Inprint website. Details on how to access the reading will be provided to season subscribers and to those who purchase general admission tickets in their Eventbrite email receipts.   EVENT DETAILS: Yusef Komunyakaa and Carl Phillips will give brief readings from their new poetry collections Everyday Mojo Songs of Earth: New and Selected Poems and Then the War: and Selected Poems, 2007-2020, followed by a conversation with francine j. harris,…

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Apr
15

Comité Permanente

6:00 pm
Inprint House, 1520 W Main St
Houston, TX 77006 United States

Escrituras del pantano Bienvenidxs a la cuarta lectura de la Serie de Lecturas en español organizadas por Comité Permanente.  Gratis y abierta al público. Lxs lectores de la noche serán Gisela Heffes, Saúl Hernández-Vargas, y Enrique Winter, como invitada especial. Comité Permanente es un grupo creado por lxs estudiantes de doctorado de Escritura Creativa en Español en la Universidad de Houston. Su misión es abrir nuevos espacios para la literatura en español en Estados Unidos y apoyar el trabajo de…

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Apr
21

Escritores en la casa: Rodrigo Rey Rosa

7:00 pm

Esta lectura virtual estará disponible por el Inprint website. Registre en Eventbrite para recibir el enlace.   Como parte de la serie Escritores en la casa, les invitamos a una noche de lectura con escritor guatemalteco Rodrigo Rey Rosa en conversación con Saúl Hernández-Vargas. Esta lectura es gratis y abierta al público. Los libros del autor estarán disponibles en brazosbookstore.com. Rodrigo Rey Rosa nació en Guatemala en 1958. Entre sus novelas y libros de relatos se encuentran El cuchillo del mendigo (1985);…

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Apr
23

Inprint Writing Workout with Stalina Villarreal @ BIPOC Book Fest

10:00 am
Buffalo Soldiers Museum, 3816 Caroline Street
Houston, TX 77004 United States

This Inprint Writing Workout is free for BIPOC Book Fest attendees. For tickets and other festival details, click here.  Join Inprint for a reflective writing activity as the BIPOC Book Fest kicks off. Houston writer, educator, and former Inprint Prize Winner, Stalina Emmanuelle Villarreal will lead you through a creative and autobiographical writing activity to inspire and stimulate the writer in you. Use the session to celebrate your own story and the power of creative writing. Prior writing experience is…

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Apr
23

Inprint Poetry Buskers @ BIPOC Book Fest

11:00 am

Celebrating the joy of poetry and marking National Poetry Month, the Inprint Poetry Buskers—talented local writers, many of whom are graduate students of creative writing at the University of Houston—will be writing free poems on the spot for attendees of the BIPOC Book Festival on requested themes using typewriters. Come by the Inprint table—which will be active from 11 am – 2 pm—see the Inprint Poetry Buskers in action, and walk away with your very own poem in Spanish or…

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Apr
24

“Little” BIPOC Book Fest

10:00 am
Smither Park, 2441 Munger Street
Houston, TX 77023 United States

The annual BIPOC Book Fest is a two-day festival centered on writers of color and a showcase of literary works that feature Black, Indigenous, People of Color and members of other marginalized communities. Curated by notable writers and readers of color, the festival combines the nostalgia of book fairs we knew and loved as students with unique programming, artist talks, readings vendors, book-related memorabilia, must-reads from all genres, and more! For the full schedule of events, click here. The Little BIPOC Book Fest…

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Apr
30

Inprint Poetry Buskers @ Menil Neighborhood Community Day

12:30 pm

The Inprint Poetry Buskers will be writing free poems on demand on requested themes at the Menil Collection’s Neighborhood Community Day on Saturday, April 30, 12:30 – 3:30 pm. Later that afternoon, from 4 – 5 pm, the 2022 Inprint Prize Winners will give brief readings from their award-winning works. Enjoy an afternoon of art, music, poetry, and family activities in celebration of the museum’s vibrant neighborhood. Participating organizations include: DACAMERA, Houston Center for Photography, Inprint, The Menil Collection, Pride…

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Apr
30

2022 Inprint Prize Winners Reading

4:00 pm
The Menil Collection, 1533 Sul Ross
Houston, TX 77006 United States

Free and open to the public, this reading will take place outdoors on the east side of the museum  Join Inprint for a celebratory reading of the 2022 Inprint Prize Winners. This spring, Inprint awarded 10 prizes ranging from $1,000 – $10,000 to nine students studying creative writing at the University of Houston and one undergraduate at Rice University. The winners, selected by outside judges, will give short readings from their prize-winning works. Inprint Executive Director Rich Levy, along with…

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