A HOMELAND FOR WRITERS
2022 VIRTUAL EDITION – JULY 26 – 30
- Sandra Cisneros: YA
- Ruth Behar: YA
- Nelly Rosario: Fiction
- Dorothy Allison: Memoir/Non-Fiction
- Kristen Iversen: Non-Fiction
- Urayoán Noel: Poetry
Three Nights of Readings
- Open Mic Reading July 28, 7-8:30 p.m.CST
- Guest Faculty Reading July 29, 7-8:00 p.m. CST
- Open Mic Reading July 30, 5:30-6:30 p.m.CST
Registration here for all three nights of readings. Readings are free and open to the public. Donations welcomed.
The Macondo Writers Workshop is an association of socially-engaged writers working to advance creativity, foster generosity, and serve community. Founded in 1995 by writer Sandra Cisneros and named after the town in Gabriel García Márquez’s One Hundred Years of Solitude, the workshop gathers writers from all genres who work on geographic, cultural, economic, gender, and spiritual borders and who are committed to activism in their writing and work.
EVENTS & NEWS
Celine Aenille-Rocha • Yollotl Azure Lopez • JoAnn Balingit • Martha Bátiz • Catalina Bartlett • Angela Boyd • Beatriz Brenes • Beto Caradepiedra • Yvette DeChavez • Casey Eccles • Taylor Garcia • Alma M. Garcia • Gerónima Garza • Oso Guardiola • Melissa Mora Hidalgo • Victoria Hurtado-Anguio • Mónica Ibarra Parle • Anna Lapera • Mariel Milagros Jungkunz • Alicia Mireles Christoff • Gloria Muñoz • Catalina Ocampo Londoño • Violeta Orozco • Luivette Resto • Ryan Rivas • Lucy Rodriguez-Hanley • Elda Maria Roman • Isabel Santos • Verónica Solís • Dianne Solís • Angel Sutjipto • Ariana Vigil
Macondo Writers Workshop will be moving its summer workshop to Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas in 2022. This exciting and momentous move is part of a new five-year partnership.
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