Meet Maryam Baig

Maryam Baig is a trustee on the board at The Writer’s Garret, and an arts & nonprofit consultant. Tell us about what you do: I am a language and performance artist…

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Meet Joe Milazzo

Joe is holds the office of Board Secretary, and is a Research Communications Analyst for RTI International, an independent nonprofit research institute. Tell us about your job:I help design, launch, and…

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Meet Stephanie Sierra

Stephanie Sierra a trustee on the board at The Writer’s Garret, and Senior Marketing Coordinator for the Dallas Mavericks. What excites you about the mission of The Writer’s Garret?I love…

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Bruce Bond

Bruce Bond is the author of thirty books including, most recently, Plurality and the Poetics of Self (Palgrave, 2019), Words Written Against the Walls of the City (LSU, 2019), Scar (Etruscan, 2020), Behemoth (New Criterion Prize, Criterion Books,…

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Alex Temblador

Alex Temblador is the award-winning author of Secrets of the Casa Rosada and Half Outlaw.In addition to her work appearing in literary magazines like PALABRITAS, she is a contributor to Living Beyond Borders: Growing…

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Kim Nall

Kim Nall is a poet and educator from Dallas, Texas. She holds a BA in Communication Studies from the University of North Texas and is an MFA candidate at Carlow…

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Alan Gann

Alan Gann facilitates writing workshops and afterschool programming at Texans Can Academy, and wrote DaVerse Works, Big Thought’s performance poetry curriculum. A multiple Pushcart and Best-of-the-Net nominee, Alan is the author of three volumes of poetry: Better Ways to See (forthcoming from Assure Press), That’s Entertainment (Lamar University Literary Press), and Adventures of the Clumsy Juggler (Ink Brush Press). His nonexistent spare time is spent outdoors: biking, bird watching, and snapping photographs.

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Emily Ramser

Emily Ramser is a queer activist-teacher-scholar-poet living in Denton, Texas where they write, collaborate, and perform with the creative collective Spiderweb Salon and study blackout poetry. Check out their history of blackout poetry at https://www.thehistoryofblackoutpoetry.org/ and follow them on Twitter @RamsersRhetoric.”

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