Ink Well, a podcast presented by Tintero Projects & Inprint
"Ink well." —a suggestion/salutation/blessing to the literary community of Houston, the Texas Gulf Coast, and beyond.
Join writers, educators, activists, and founders of Tintero Projects Jasminne and Lupe Mendez, as they work with Inprint, a 30+ year old nonprofit literary arts organization in Houston, Texas, to host Ink Well, a new podcast for anyone engaged in the world of reading and writing. With their energy, charismatic wit, and fresh perspective, Lupe and Jasminne will interview writers (established as well as emerging) from across the United States on what it’s like to ink "well" in this day and age. Welcome to Ink Well: A Tintero Projects & Inprint Collaboration.
Content marked as explicit for occational instances of strong language.
Ink Well S3 E5 featuring Emanuelee Outspoken Bean
In episode 5 of season 3 of Ink Well hosts Jasminne and Lupe Mendez chat with Emanuelee Outspoken Bean about how he became a performance poet and his work in the community.
Ink Well S3 E4 featuring Carolyn Forché
In episode 4 of season 3 of Ink Well host Jasminne and Lupe Mendez chat with poet and author Carolyn Forché about her memoir What You Have Heard Is True while she was in Houston as part of the 2019/2020 Inprint Margarett Root Brown Reading Series.
Ink Well S3 E3 featuring Addie Tsai
In episode 3 of season 3 of Ink Well hosts Jasminne and Lupe Mendez chat with Houston author Addie Tsai about her YA novel Dear Twin.
Ink Well S3 E2 featuring Raquel Salas Rivera
Ink Well S3 E2 featuring Raquel Salas Rivera by Ink Well: A Tintero Projects & Inprint Podcast
Ink Well S3 E1 featuring Leslie Contreras Schwartz
In episode 1 of season 3 of Ink Well hosts Jasminne and Lupe Mendez chat with Houston Poet Laureate Leslie Contreras Schwartz about her work in the community and forthcoming collection Who Speaks for Us Here.
Ink Well S2 E8 featuring Noel Quiñones
In episode 8 of season 2 of Ink Well host Jasminne and Lupe Mendez chat with poet, actor, and community organizer Noel Quiñones about his work on the page and in the community.