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Buffalo Writes with Julio Montalvo Valentin

Buffalo Writes with Julio Montalvo Valentin

Join us for a drop-in writing time facilitated by established writers from Just Buffalo. During this writing session, you will be offered generative writing prompts and tips, with the opportunity to share your work. Come and write among fellow writers and creatives in the heart of downtown at Just Buffalo Literary Center.

October’s Buffalo Writes session will be facilitated by Julio Montalvo Valentin.

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Wednesday, November 30, 2022


6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Just Buffalo Literary Center


Just Buffalo Literary Center
468 Washington St., 2nd Floor, Buffalo, NY
Just Buffalo Literary Center


Just Buffalo Literary Center
(716) 832-5400

Featured Artist

  • Julio Montalvo Valentín
    Julio Montalvo Valentín

    Julio Montalvo Valentín is a Latinx poet and writer with severe bouts of neuropathic wanderlust. Julio (They/His/Julio) is the author of three chapbooks, the latest titled Those Who Pray to Rice (NightBallet Books, 2019). Julio is a member of the Latino/a/x arts collective called Los Artistas del Barrio Buffalo (LAdB), a freelance teaching artist, and holds an M.A. in English Literature from Buffalo State College. They have recently completed a summer project for the “Woke Words” summer enrichment program at P.S. 18, where the students also created a public poetry mural called Freedom, located at Broderick Park, for the City of Buffalo. Julio spends their time pillow fighting their family when they are not writing about the loss that is to come. You can find Julio talking about the politics of rice, knee-deep in assignments at a local college or in a bookstore, or looking for the next story.

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