So many workshops. So little time!


We’re bringing you a few ways to get your writing fix before, during, and after the work day this month — plus, check out our new drop-in workshop in Brooklyn’s Sunset Park neighborhood!

NYWC 2014 Annual Report

2014 Annual Report

Get a glimpse of the transformative power of NYWC’s work detailed in our first-ever annual report. Inside you’ll see the impact of our work and hear from those directly affected by our programs.

Writing Aloud celebrates National Poetry Month

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Join us as we celebrate National Poetry Month and the release of Morgan Parker’s Other People’s Comfort Keeps Me Up at Night (Switchback Books, 2015). in this installment of NYWC’s Writing Aloud Reading Series. Monday, April 6 @ 7:00 p.m. at BookCourt

Writing is good for everyone.

Bridin Video

Welcome to Writing is Good for Everyone, our new video series featuring members of NYWC’s workshops and what inspires them to write the powerful poetry and prose that makes NYWC the creative community we’ve come to love. Meet Bridin McCann, age 14.

Writing in the Margins with NYWC & Apogee Journal

Writing in the Margins

NY Writers Coalition and Apogee Journal are thrilled to announce Writing in the Margins, an eight-week activism workshop series that will explore the politics of identity and social justice through creative writing.