Help fund an Inter-Generational Poetry event in Northwest Ohio

Though I love my hometown, it’s not exactly known as a literary place. Sure, Toledo is the birthplace of authors like Millie Benson, but it can be incredibly difficult as a young woman to find a literary community to fit into. That’s why, at the end of last year, two Toledo-area women started the WomenContinue reading “Help fund an Inter-Generational Poetry event in Northwest Ohio”

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Reading Surge

With my completion of the very difficult (for me) Mansfield Park by Jane Austen and a discussion with some of my future classmates about our recently-read books, I realized how very far behind I am in the 100 Books Challenge.  More than halfway through the year, and I’m still in the 30s!  (Mansfield Park made 33.)Continue reading “Reading Surge”

30 September: Current Progress

It’s the end of September, and you know what that means – time for the monthly update! This month, there was a lot going on in terms of planning for the UT Writer’s Guild, so I didn’t make much progress on most of my larger projects.  However, I did make a lot of progress atContinue reading “30 September: Current Progress”

UTWG and The Mill to co-host poetry reading

The UT Writer’s Guild and The Mill literary magazine will host a Banned Books Week poetry reading Wednesday, September 28 at 7 p.m. in Room 2240 of the Field House on the University of Toledo’s Main Campus. The featured poet at the event is Zach Fishel, a graduate student at UT. The reading, presented inContinue reading “UTWG and The Mill to co-host poetry reading”

UTWG sponsoring Poetry in the Park

The University of Toledo Writer’s Guild is sponsoring a poetry reading and social event called Poetry in the Park Friday, September 23 at Wildwood Metropark. The brown-bag event is free and open to all University students. At the event, students are invited to bring at least one poem to read: either a poem they wroteContinue reading “UTWG sponsoring Poetry in the Park”