NYWC Prompt-A-Day: April is the Cruelest Month

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For today’s writing prompt, use T.S. Eliot’s poem to write about the changing of the season, how flowers bloom and birds reappear to revive the ‘dead lands’ of winter

NYWC Prompt-A-Day: April Fool’s Day

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April is National Poetry Month, and to help you dig into your poem-a-day challenge, NYWC brings you Prompt-A-Day. All month long we’ll feature the writing prompts that really get us going! Good luck, dear poets — and remember to check back tomorrow for another one!

Weekly Writing Prompt: Fall Into a New World

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This week’s writing prompt is in honor of Lewis Carroll’s birthday which was yesterday. Carroll is best known for his iconic stories of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and Through the Looking Glass, and What Alice Found There. At the time of his death Alice was the most popular children’s book in the world. Not much […]

Celebrate Women’s History Month with Writing Aloud

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This season’s reading celebrates Women’s History Month, with poetry and prose featuring strong and complex female protagonists written by artists from NYWC’s workshops at 80 Arts, Serendipity, and others. We’re especially pleased to welcome our feature writer, poet Angela Lockhart. Join us March 31 @ 6:30 p.m. at MoCADA.

Weekly Writing Prompt: Space Travel & Exploration

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For this week’s writing prompt, travel into outer space and explore undiscovered worlds with your imagination and a really good pen.