Words on Wheels 
is a mobile, community writing center to help develop personal, professional, and civic writing skills and produce documents. This initiative addresses the fundamental need for productive and engaged citizens to develop, hone, and employ sustainable literacy practices, with a special focus on serving members of the greater Phoenix community that have historically been disenfranchised due to race, culture, poverty, individual trauma, and other social injustices.


2019 - 2020 Programs 

  • Writing Arizona: Using History to Create New Stories
    presented by Lois Brown, PhD - ASU Foundation Professor of English; director, CSRD
    Saturday, November 2  |  10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    South Mountain Community Library  |  7050 N. 24th St., Phoenix
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  • Digital Storytelling: Imagining Community Through Food Stories
    presented by Manuel Aviles-Santiago, PhD - associate professor of communication,
    College of Integrative Sciences and Arts, ASU
    Saturday, December 7  |  10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
    Native American Connections  |  4520 N. Central Ave., Phoenix

  • Weaving Cultural History into Family History Writing
    presented by Duane Roen, PhD - dean, College of Integrative Sciences and Arts, ASU
    Saturday, February 2  |  10 a.m. - 1 p.m.

  • Dispatching Poetry from Tohono O'odham Territory
    Presented by Bojan Lewis (Diné) - assistant professor of English, Univeristy of Arizona
    Saturday, March 28  |  10 a.m. - 1 p.m.