We realize that this page has been down for quite a while. Good news, though! It will be back up and running once the semester starts. We will have members making posts throughout the year. So, keep an eye on the page because we’re back and we’re stronger than ever. We can’t be stopped.
Also, there’s a super convenient page for Ball State students and members to stay updated and get easy access to everything WC related. And it’s riiiiggghhhttt here.
See you all in the fall (poetry).
Next week, writer and BSU alumnus Haven Kimmel will be giving an English Department-only talk in Bracken Library, Room 104 at 3pm on Wednesday, October 13th. That evening at 7:30pm in Room 217 of the Art Museum, she’ll be reading from her work. The Writers Community would love to have some members in attendance for these events.
Read an excerpt of Kimmel’s memoir A Girl Named Zippy here.
Hope to see you there!
I am definitely going to this reading, and since I think you, dear reader, should go as well, I am offering a ride to you. Cool.
– The Bake Sale ended today, and it seemed to go pretty well. Thank you for all who contributed writing, goodies, and/or time. Elysia will be updating us all soon about how it went in terms of MONEY.
– Still looking for some guest posts on here, shoot us some ideas at writers(at)bsu(dot)edu.
– Don’t forget, no Writers Community next week. Instead, we are hosting the awesome Bloof Books tour kick-off reading at Bracken Library room 104 at 7:30 pm next Tuesday.
The Bake Sale is tomorrow from 11-4 in Robert Bell Building, and again same time on Wednesday and Thursday. Come get some baked treats and creative writing!
BSU Writers, be sure to send your submissions by tomorrow afternoon in order to have a shot to open for this reading.
I tuned into the techincal difficultied first Byrne Live Giants reading, and despite the problems, it was fun, awesome, and cool. Picturing: pajamas, pancakes, and poems. Woah. I know I know. It’s Saturday morning, but HEY, Byrne is a first-rate poet, so get on up. You don’t even have to put a shirt on to see some poems read. That is like my favorite part.
Check out Mairead’s blog. (I follow it, and yes, it is worth the feed.)
Check out HTML Giant. (Sometimes snarky, sometimes awesome–see Jimmy Chen’s posts)
Buy Maried’s book from Publishing Genius. (a sweet little book from a sweet little press and it’s only 10 bucks! REALLY)
Get up people, there’s poetry a-ringing.