Why Give?

NYWC volunteer workshop leaders and staff give time, energy, and love leading workshops and supporting our programs throughout the year.

Giving is at the core of what we do at NYWC, all year long. From our volunteer workshop leaders to our participants, our audience members to our staff: we give our time, energy, attention, stories, hearts, and souls. And countless supporters give financially to make all of our work possible. We do this because we believe everyone has a story and everyone has a voice. Why do you give?

NYWC Podcast Episode 8: NaNoWriMo with real life novelist Ben Dolnick

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Thanksgiving is less than a week away — which means you’re in the homestretch of National Novel Writing Month! Are the words flowing or have you already given up on your next great masterpiece? Author Ben Dolnick is to the rescue with some practical tips on how to keep the stories coming and get the words on the page. You can do it!

Brooklyn Exposed: NYWC one of Brooklyn’s best workshops

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You can always find love in Brooklyn. NYWC drop-in workshops at 80 Arts and Brooklyn Public Library are among the best writing workshop opportunities in the borough according to Brooklyn Exposed.

NYWC Book Launch 11/17: What If Writing Is Dreaming Together?

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Join us at Sunday Salon for the official book launch of What If Writing Is Dreaming Together?, a collection of poetry, prose, and art from NYWC volunteer workshop leaders. RSVP here. Sunday, November 17 @ 7:00 p.m. at Jimmy’s No. 43 43 E. 7th Street, Manhattan

NYWC Red & Black Party returns in 2014

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