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Donna Snyder: El Paso Poet and Cultural Organizer

Wednesday, March 18, 2015 6:30pm WNMU Miller Library Donna J. Snyder, prolific and recognized poet from El Paso, reads from her poetry and discusses life as an Assistant District Attorney for El Paso County and as a cultural organizer.

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A LIBRARY: IT'S NOT YOUR MOTHER'S LIBRARY ANYMORE

For your consideration, the Silver City Public Library and the WNMU Miller Library are examples of new models. Indeed, some of the other libraries in the area are very small but they, too, offer diverse programs for their communities. You may be surprised at what’s going on and the services they offer.

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Living under a wide sky, turquoise bright, in a land where crinkled mountains rise purple and brown behind stretches of grass or cacti, some write of their days. Living in that crease where the past and present meet, where English and Spanish and languages of the indigenous meld, some write of their encounters. The Festival celebrates those who write in or about the Southwest, and brings together their readers to touch the rough and smooth of their words, to taste the fire and cool of our written life.
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