Creative Mornings Houston: Marlon “Marley” Lizama

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Asia Society Texas Center says
Register soon! Sign ups start on Monday, December 7, 11:00am on the CreativeMornings Houston website.

Join us to hear Houston creative Marlon “Marley” Lizama discuss the topic of “time” in this engaging breakfast lecture. Asia Society Texas Center is excited to partner on this event with Creative Mornings Houston—the local arm of CreativeMornings.

About Marlon Lizama

Marlon “Marley” Lizama is a poet, writer, artist, author, and dancer who focuses on the cultural aspect of writing and the arts. He is Artist-in-Residence in the Iconoclast program hosted by St. Paul’s United Methodist in Houston, TX. He is currently developing and implementing a writing program for youth from all over Houston, including youth in inner-city schools (e.g., Sharpstown High School) and at-risk youth in the Harris County Juvenile Justice System. With the help of fellow educators, Marlon developed a “How to Teach High-Level Creative Writing to At-Risk Youth” curriculum, which aims to create creatives, writers, and young authors. He is publishing an anthology of poetry created by the youth who have participated in this program. Marlon recently published his first book, Cue the Writer: Cheers to the Notion of Love, Hate, God, and Revolution, which is a collection of short stories and poetry from a young immigrant’s perspective, and launched his new website. Through competitions, performances, poetry shows, and the U.S. Department of State, Marlon has traveled to more than 40 countries. His work and ultimate mission is to use the arts as a tool to reach out and change perspective, environment, and lives.

About CreativeMornings

CreativeMornings is a monthly breakfast lecture series for the creative community that takes place in over 86 cities around the world. Events are free and open to the public. To learn more about CreativeMornings Houston and to receive updates, please visit
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By: Asia Society Texas Center

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