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Tinta Digital Pachanga

A yearlong collaboration between literary arts center Gemini Ink and all-digital public library BiblioTech, Tinta Digital brought together teens, tweens, adults and seniors for three unique writing workshops — “Recetas de Mi Vida,” “Yo Soy” and “Imagen Mi Barrio.” This weekend the “festival of literary arts education and outreach” culminates with the Tinta Digital Pachanga, a free event with refreshments, a student photography exhibit and spoken-word performances by Texas Poet Laureate Dr. Carmen Tafolla, San Antonio Poet Laureate Laurie Ann Guerrero and many more.

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