NYWC writers from Sylvia’s Place featured at I’m From Driftwood

Writing by our workshop members at Sylvia’s Place, an emergency shelter for lesbian, gay, bisexual, transsesxual and questioning homeless youth is featured all week (August 10-15) at I’m from Driftwood.  Check out these amazing stories!

Write Makes Might 6th Annual Group Reading

Readers from all NYWC workshops are invited to share the stage for this marathon reading. Reflecting the rich diversity of NYC, this event features a myriad of writers with previously untapped talent: among them retired adults, recent immigrants, the formerly incarcerated, the homeless, and survivors of serious illness. Join us Saturday, June 20, 1 PM […]

Summer Workshop in Gramercy Park

Gramercy Park Workshop Tuesday night workshop led by Margaret Lubalin Spring Session: Six Tuesdays, 7:15 PM to 9:30 PM June 30 – August 11  (no workshop July 21) $240 ($200 for NYWC members at the Supporter Level and higher) Workshops take place at the home of Margaret Lubalin in the Gramercy Park neighborhood of Manhattan. […]

The Write Stuff: First Annual Youth Marathon Reading

Join us on March 14, 2009, 2pm at The Brooklyn Central Library, Trustees Room at Grand Army Plaza for an afternoon of original writing by young writers from NYWC workshops. This free event will feature writers between the ages 7-18 from all over New York City together sharing one stage. Don’t miss it!

Spotlight on NYWC Workshop Participant Jacqueline Carter-Cutting

Jacqueline Carter-Cutting challenges all my pre-conceived notions of what a United States Army Veteran is. At 38, this attractive and svelte mother of two immediately put me at ease with her rolling island accent, graciously offering me a slice of cake when I met with her one recent afternoon at the Brooklyn Vet Center in […]