Upcoming Nimrod Events

2020 AWP Conference
March 4th – 7th, 2020
San Antonio, TX

Update: Why We’re Choosing Not to Attend #AWP20

We are extremely sad to announce that we will not be attending AWP in San Antonio this year. This was a very hard choice for us, but between a bout of normal flu in the office and our concerns for the wellbeing of our staff, we feel this is the best choice. We hope those who attend stay safe and have a wonderful time—and we’ll see you in KC next year!

Because we won’t be attending the #AWP20 bookfair in San Antonio and our annual AWP presence accounts for a significant portion of our promotion and circulation, we’re offering subscription and single-issue discounts as part of #AWPvirtualbookfair through Monday, March 9th. To receive this limited-time 35% discount, click here for single issues (currently $8.50) and here for subscriptions (currently $14.00).

POSTPONED: Trivia Night
Date TBA

TU’s Faculty Study, McFarlin Library
2933 E. 6th St.

To celebrate our spring issue, Words on Play, please join us for an evening of food, drinks, and trivia! Categories will range from literature and history to math, science, and pop culture. Pre-arranged teams will compete. Prizes will be awarded to the top two teams and the last-place team. All participants are eligible for door prizes. To purchase alcoholic beverages, please remember to bring proper identification.

Trivia Night is open to the public. Students, faculty, staff, and non-TU participants are all welcome. Mixed TU Student/Prof/Staff teams are encouraged!

Teams are also encouraged to bring gently used or like new books to be donated to Family & Children’s Services.

 

Nimrod Write Night and Conference for Readers and Writers
October 16th and 17th, 2020
Tulsa, OK

Each year Nimrod hosts our Conference for Readers and Writers in October. The Conference begins with an author reception and chat at Write Night on Friday and continues with an all-day writing conference on Saturday. Saturday’s events feature panel discussions, craft masterclasses in genres ranging from literary fiction and poetry to romance and YA, workshops on aspects of the publishing industry, one-on-one editing sessions, novel-query critiques, readings, and more, all with a fantastic and always changing line-up of guest authors, editors, and agents. Full schedule and registration available this summer.