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Where Future Voices and Laureate Wisdom Converge

This April, Western New Mexico University’s Humanities Department is thrilled to announce its annual National Poetry Month event, a tradition that not only celebrates the beauty and diversity of poetry but also brings together the vibrant voices of students and esteemed poet laureates. Under the guidance of Professor Heather Frankland, Assistant Professor of English Composition, this year’s event promises an enriching blend of budding talent and seasoned wisdom.

Professor Heather Frankland, MFA, MPH

Assistant Professor of English Composition

Western New Mexico University

Humanities Department

Room #204

ph: (575) 538-6514

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The views expressed here are those of the author and do not necessarily reflect those of the Southwest Word Fiesta™ or its steering committee.

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Mimbres Press of Western New Mexico University is a traditional academic press that welcomes agented and unagented submissions in the following genres: literary fiction, creative non-fiction, essays, memoir, poetry, children’s books, historical fiction, and academic books. We are particularly interested in academic work and commercial work with a strong social message, including but not limited to works of history, reportage, biography, anthropology, culture, human rights, and the natural world. We will also consider selective works of national and global significance.