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UntitledTown

Experience the vibrant UntitledTown Book and Author Festival, a three-day celebration of books, authors, and book culture. The festival contains readings, panels, workshops, and more. If you are experienced with writing, beginning your writing career, or love reading, then you know what you should do in April!
Learn more at https://untitledtown.org/.
 

LGBTQ Lit Book Group

The LGBTQ Book Group is a fun and safe way to explore books with LGBTQ characters, themes, and/or authors. This group is open to anyone—LGBTQ community members, allies, those who are curious, and those who just want to read and discuss books. P.S. The books are free!
Contact Dr. Sarah Schuetze at schuetzs@uwgb.edu to learn more.
 

Poets and Songwriter Union

Open to all UWGB students who are interested in poetry or songwriting, this organization performs on-campus at Open Mic Nights and at off-campus events, organizes workshops with professional poets and local bands, and encourages creativity. If you have a song in your soul or a poem in you heart, then this org is for you.
For more information, contact sopsu@uwgb.edu or Dr. Rebecca Nesvet at nesvetr@uwgb.edu.
 

Sigma Tau Delta

The UWGB chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, International English Honor Society, participates in community literacy initiatives and an open book club, volunteers at the Brown County Library Big Book Sale, and contributes to UWGB’s vibrant literacy atmosphere. Come make some friends who love books just as much as you!
Contact Sigma Tau Delta at sosigmataudelta@uwgb.edu or Dr. Rebecca Nesvet at nesvetr@uwgb.edu.
 

Sheepshead Review

Submit to and get real world experience in publishing/editing with Sheepshead Review, the UWGB journal of art and literature. This journal showcases the fiction writing, nonfiction writing, poetry, and visual arts of UWGB students, faculty, staff, Green Bay community members, and anyone else across the nation and around the world.
Learn more at http://sheepsheadreview.com/.
 

English Game Night

Come triumph over your English professors and fellow students in a night of fun and enthusiasm. We supply board games and food, but feel free to bring your own favorite board game to share. Make some great friends and lasting connections with your professors.
For more information, contact Dr. Rebecca Meacham at meachamr@uwgb.edu.