James Baldwin’s America

Join NYWC, in collaboration with Apogee Journal & the New York Council for the Humanities, as we discuss James Baldwin’s text as an entry point to better understand today’s issues of race, class, sexuality, spirituality and religion, and more.

Ready to write your a** off?

NYWC’s 11th Annual Write-A-Thon takes place Saturday, November 5 at The Writers Room, New York City’s first shared work space for emerging and established writers of all genres. Will you be there? Register here!

Program Manager (F/T)

NYWC seeks a full-time Program Manager! Learn more about the position here. APPLICATION DEADLINE: AUGUST 31.

A Lit Fest dream come true

Join us at BRIC (647 Fulton Street) for a celebration of summer storytelling with three of 2016’s hottest debut novelists: Nicole Dennis-Benn, Kaitlyn Greenidge, and Yaa Gyasi.

Become a trained NYWC Workshop Leader!

NYWC is looking for individuals to lead our signature writing workshops in New York City. Do you have what it takes? We sure hope so! Learn more here. APPLICATION DEADLINE: August 12