Wordcraft Circle 2013 offers Workshops, Readings and More in Austin March 6th and 7th

Native American & Indigenous Studies (UT Austin) presents


Wordcraft Circle 2013

Pathfinders: Writing our Future featuring:

LeAnne Howe (Choctaw)

American Book Award & NWCA Lifetime Achievement Award Winner

Daniel Heath Justice (Cherokee)

Chair First Nations Studies – University of British Columbia & author of The Way of Thorn and Thunder

 Lee Francis IV (Pueblo of Laguna)

National Director – Wordcraft Circle & 2006 College Poetry Slam Champion

Reading and reception 6:30-8:30pm

Thursday March 7th, 2013

Resistencia Bookstore, casa de Red Salmon Arts

1801-A South First St. Austin, Tejaztlan  512-416-8885

The Pathfinders gathering is a way for Native writers to work with students of all ages in creating new paths for writing . No experience necessary, all genres welcome, just take your desire to write and learn. Participants will also have the opportunity to have their work published as part of a Pathfinders Anthology. 

All participants to register.



The Pathfinders workshops are free. All participants are required to register. To register for the workshop, please write Lee Francis at wordcraft.director@gmail.com or Jim Cox at jhcox@austin.utexas.edu.

“We all have stories to tell – come write yours”

 March 6th, 2013 University of Texas – Austin

CLA Building, Rooms 1.302 C, D, and E in the Julius Glickman Conference Center

10:00 am – 3:00 pm

Writing workshops and Student Readings

Night Readings 6:00 pm

Visit www.wordcraftcircle.org to learn more.

Source: wordcraftcircle and Red Salmon Arts


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