Write an ekphrastic ode to a tool, machine, or gadget that you use every day — anything from the spoon you ate your cereal with this morning to your ever-buzzing smartphone. Give thanks!
Join NYWC at the Brooklyn Historical Society for a panel discussion exploring the intersections between two careers designed to terrify your parents: writing and poker.
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!
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.
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.
NYWC teams up with Brooklyn’s historic Green-Wood Cemetery again to offer an 8-week series of free, creative writing workshops within the cemetery gates. Begins May 27. Advanced registration required.
We’re excited to announce the Spring 2015 offerings for NYWC’s City Voices Workshop, our series of affordable creative writing workshops to aid writers in every stage of their writing lives and careers.
Don’t you hate it when you wake up in the morning to find six cockroach legs dangling out from under your sheets? Isn’t it awful when you find out that those six legs are your own?Write a story in which you or your character undergoes a metamorphosis into another creature. What must he or she do to change back?