Bart From Iowa is a lovable and mischievous cat. Join him in his adventures with Hunter, Savannah, and Dr. Gene. Meet our furry little friend in Book 1 of the series, then visit him online at his... More > website: www.BartFromIowa.com.< Less
80 pages. New REPRINT of "Anthon Yesterday and Today 1888-1963 Diamond Jubilee-June 5-6" 1963 edition. EXACT reproduction of text and photos, no changes have been made. Local history of... More > Anthon, Woodbury County, Iowa up to 1963, which includes businesses, organizations and school information.< Less
Bart From Iowa® is a lovable and mischievous cat. Join him in his adventures with Hunter, Savannah, and Dr. Gene. Meet our furry little friend in Book 1 of the series, then visit him online at... More > his website: www.BartFromIowa.com.< Less
Growing up in Iowa is an adventure that many people never get to experience. A two time cancer survivor, and having to learn how to walk again at the age of 40, Sara's story is an inspiration for... More > anyone that has struggled in their life. Iowa is where her feet were planted at a young age and remain there today. Through her faith, family, and friends she has learned to pull up those bootstraps and move on!< Less
Young writers from 11 to 17 years old met at The Haunted Bookshop of Iowa City in Fall 2011 to learn about Gothic Fiction from the IYWP's volunteer Teaching Writers.
This is a collection of the... More > participants' own stories of suspense and terror to snare your imagination and leave you shivering when the lights go out!
The IYWP's "pay what you can" programs give ALL young people the opportunity for creativity! This opportunity is made possible by the generosity of readers like you. Please visit www.iywp.org to make a donation and learn more about the IYWP.
Hand-bound, limited-edition copies of this book are available at Prairie Lights Bookstore (www.prairielights.com) and The Haunted Bookshop of Iowa City, and ALL proceeds go to the Iowa Youth Writing Project!< Less
The Iowa Youth Writing Project (IYWP) is a non‐profit outreach collective founded by University of Iowa Writers’ Workshop graduates in 2010. It aims
to join Iowa City’s unique... More > literary heritage with Iowa’s larger community, empowering, inspiring, and educating Iowa’s youth through language arts and
In July 2012, the Frank N. Magid Undergraduate Writing Center in the University of Iowa College of Liberal Arts & Sciences was granted a Better Futures for Iowans award, launching a pilot partnership with the IYWP, which is securing, expanding, deepening, and building on the IYWP’s ongoing outreach efforts.
This initiative, supported primarily by the Office of the Provost, brings the University of Iowa and the larger community together to work toward common goals of social good and better futures for all of Iowa’s youth.< Less
A community event inspired by the “Comics, Creativity, and Culture” Symposium at the University of Iowa, POEMICS brought junior high and high school students together with the Iowa Youth... More > Writing Project’s volunteer Teaching Writers to use the comic-strip form as a tool for close reading of classic poems and unlocking the participants’ own potential as writers, artists, and creative thinkers. The workshop met at the Iowa City Public Library and the North Liberty Community Library in Fall 2011. This book is the result of the participant's creativity and hard work. Limited-edition hard copies are available online at www.prairielights.com or in person at Prairie Lights Bookstore in Iowa City. The IYWP thanks Prairie Lights, UI Arts Share, the Iowa City and North Liberty Libraries, UI Center for the Book, and the IYWP volunteers for making POEMICS possible. Visit www.iywp.org to find out more about the IYWP and make a donation to support future programs like POEMICS.< Less