The Sculpture Speaks

Mandorla books released "The Sculpture Speaks," the story of refugees fleeing civil war, violence and persecution in Guatemala in the 1980s and 90s, written by Marianna Neil and Marge Pellegrino.

Borderlore - 2017

The Southwest Folk Alliance staff wrote about Owl & Panther's programming and the findings of the University of Arizona's BARA report in this October 2017 Borderlore article.

Borderlore - 2015

The Southwest Folk Alliance staff wrote about Owl & Panther's background and Museum as Sanctuary exhibit in this August 2015 Borderlore article. 

 

Writing Out of the Darkness

This inspiring anthology edited by Ann Dernier includes poems by Owl & Panther participants, volunteers, and esteemed writers including Nancy Mairs, Richard Shelton, Donna Steiner, Demetria Martinez, Ken Kennon and Meg Files. For information on purchasing, visit  Antigone Books.

The Comic Book Project

Owl & Panther's work with The Comic Book Project is included in "When Commas Meet Kryptonite", "Manga High," and "I am a Super Hero."


 

Tucson Weekly

In a September 2002 Tucson Weekly article Marge Pellegrino writes about the positive impact that Owl and Panther has on its participants and gives the reader an idea of how the program began. 
 

 

Real Refuge

Real refuge by Josh Morgan gives the reader an idea of what a typical Tuesday evening is like at Owl and Panther. The participants open up about their experiences and give us insight on the many struggles that refugees face.

 

Poets & Writers

The University of Arizona's Poetry Center invited Owl & Panther to respond to drawings by Vietnamese children in their Speak Peace exhibit. Marge Pellegrino wrote about the experience on Poets & Writers.