In association with Atacama Press, Nowadays Orange Productions will be serving as a supporting sponsor of the new Spanish-focused North Texas Book Festival Awards. The festival has been promoting authors and publishing in North Texas for the past 11 years, but this is the first time their showcasing Spanish on its own. You can find out more in the link: http://www.ntbf.org/2017-book-award-application.html
The University of Texas at El Paso has named author Erin Coulehan among their “30 Under 30” award for 2016 thanks to her success in publishing, journalism, and philanthropy.
The past September 22-25, the first Festival de Cine Latino Americano took place in Fort Worth, Texas–and Nowadays Orange was present. Alex Garcia Topete was the Director of Programming of the festival, taking charge of selecting the 40 films of the festival’s lineup, including features, documentaries, and outstanding shorts. Here’s hoping for 2017’s festival to be bigger and better!
Nowadays Orange Productions was represented by Alex Garcia Topete at this year’s <Art/Code> on July 27the. The event is put together by Digital Dallas. Garcia Topete showcased a piece of music titled “Cosmic Symphony #1”, which translates data from NASA into music. The video recap is available here.
You can listen to Alex Garcia Topete and a few of his colleagues discuss matters of art + science in the latest podcast from Creative Disturbance.
The 10th Annual National Indie Excellence® Awards recognized Told from the Hips by Andrea Amosson in the category of Short Stories as a finalist in this year’s competition. This prestigious National award is open to all English language books in print from small, medium, university, self-published and independent publishers. The National Indie Excellence Awards exists to help establish independent publishing as a strong and […]
Executive Editor of The Feminists United Quarterly talks about the mission and vision for the publication with the podcast Creative Disturbance.
Andrea Amosson talks about her inspirations and influences in her writing, as well as her own kind of feminism.