Letter from the Executive Director: We are moving into one of my favorite times of the year—publication season. We’d love to have our community come out and join us at these events to honor the hard work and creativity of our young authors.
Porthole into Programming: The 2018–2019 Young Authors' Book Project is wrapping up, and our young authors' book is being printed as you read this. We are proud to present Indigenous Originated: Walking in Two Worlds.
Student Spotlight: This month, MOI celebrated Poem in Your Pocket Day as a part of National Poetry Month. Didn’t get a chance to grab a pocket poem for yourself? Open the newsletter and check out these ones from some After-School Homework Help students.
In the News: Youth across the nation are using their voices to advocate for climate justice. Check out this article by Vice about the young leaders involved in the climate strike, including South High Schools’ own Isra Hirsi.
Call to Action: Support MOI’s young authors this May! Join us at Moon Palace Books on Wednesday, May 15, from 4:30–7 p.m. to celebrate the students who published Indigenous Originated: Walking Two Worlds. On Monday, May 20, MOI’s After-School Homework Help students will present writing from their newest chapbook.Read More