WITS Welcomes Visitors to Houston

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August 26, 2010 by WITS Houston

Today WITS welcomes seventeen colleagues from across the US for the first WITS Alliance National Conclave. The group will meet for three days in downtown Houston.

The participants are:

Jim Walker, Second Story Indianapolis

Janet Hurley, True Ink, Asheville, NC

Megan McNamer, Missoula Writing Collaborative, Montana

Jeanine Walker, Seattle Arts & Lectures

Michele Kotler and Keith Kaminski, Community Word Project, New York City

Janice Hatfield and Krystia Nora, California University of Pennsylvania

Josephine Jones, Colorado Writers in the Schools

Kristine Uyeda and Alise Alouisi, InsideOut, Detroit MI

Nicole Robinson, The Wick Center for Poetry, Kent State University, Ohio

Sean Nevin and Renee Simms, Young Writers Program, Arizona State University

Terry Thaxton, Literary Arts Partnership, University of Central Florida

Cecily Sailor and Giuseppe Taurino, Badgerdog, Austin, TX

For more information about this event, click here.

Photo Credit: Jenn Edo Photography, Houston


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