2014 Ink Spilling


Ink Spilling:

An Adventure for Young Writers

Sponsored by the Borderlands Writing Project


Ink Spilling is a writing camp designed to give young writers (middle school to high school age students) a place to explore and celebrate writing in an open and creative setting that fosters and develops community.  Each year, campers experience the power of writing as they create and share work with special guests (such as previous guests, Mark Medoff, Carmen Gimenez-Smith, and Rebecca Powell), as well as several wonderful mentor writers from The Borderlands Writing Project. This year, Ink Spilling 2014 takes place from June 16 – June 20.


Important Details:

When: June 16 – 20, 2014

Where: New Mexico State University – Main Campus, Clara Belle Williams Hall

Time: 12:30pm – 4:30pm

Registration Cost: $50 (payments accepted by check, payable to Dr. Christopher Burnham and mailed (or hand-delivered) to: 

1395 International Mall Dr.

Clara Belle Williams Hall, Rm 132

Las Cruces, NM 88003-8001

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Download the IS_2014_Yearbook!

For details contact Ink Spilling Camp Director, Michael Alarid (malarid@nmsu.edu, also connect with me on LinkedIn!) or call the NMSU English Department at 575-646-3931.



8 thoughts on “2014 Ink Spilling

  1. Wendy Alberson says:

    I’m ready to register my 8th grader! Is there an expected time for registration to open? She is excited for this opportunity.

    • malarid says:

      hi Wendy! registration is expected to open by 3pm today! please check back!! so sorry for the inconvenience, and thank you so much for your patience!

  2. Mona Plaza says:

    Is this workshop appropriate for an aspiring 7th grader writer?

  3. Jacqueline says:

    Are spaces still available?

  4. І couldn’t refrain from commenting. Exceptionally ѡell written!

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