We’ve been inspired by Green-Wood Cemetery’s beautiful grounds and historic interiors in NYWC workshops this summer. Join us as we share new poetry and prose — and come share yours too in this celebratory reading and open mic. Wednesday, July 20 @ 6:30 p.m. Details here.
Generate new writing and stretch your imagination in one of New York City’s most storied Manhattan neighborhoods. Artists of all genres, backgrounds, and experience levels are welcome. Reserve your spot today!
Got an amazing essay you’d like to see published? Join us at Paragraph on July 16 for NYWC’s Pitch Party — and help your writing see the light of day! Tickets and details here.
“We write and become writers together. We suggest a prompt (write about your journey to this country, something you left behind, a person you always remember, choose a photo from the table and write) and the stories flow, hesitantly at first and then more freely.
Every June, members of the NYWC community write stories about their experiences with NYWC as a way to raise awareness and revenue for our programs. This year we will be hearing from eight such individuals. Read their stories, follow the campaign, and support the NYWC Tell Your Story Campaign! This story is from Rita Hickey. Rita tries to write every day and […]