This past January we held a book launch and reading for our newest chapbook Can You Feel the Free in Me, featuring poetry and prose from the women who attend our weekly workshop at Rikers at the Rose M. Singer Center.
The Brooklyn Daily Eagle’s Literary blog, Brooklyn Book Beat wrote about the work we do in providing a safe and supportive space for writers of all backgrounds.
Webmag, Brokelyn listed us as one of four Brooklyn-based writing workshops that will oil your mind gears.
Author and NYWC Workshop Leader, Ben Dolnick wrote about the workshop he leads at the Central Branch of the Brooklyn Public Library for LitHub.
Today the Huffington Post hears from one of our volunteers: NYWC Workshop Leader Colleen Pierce Breslin: “Faith takes many forms.
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.
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After six weeks of writing together in Fort Greene Park, NYWC’s youth community celebrated another creative summer at the 9th Annual Fort Greene Park Summer Literary Festival.
One of the rainiest Saturdays this summer was a source of inspiration for a catchy ditty on the ukulele, as youth gathered in — and around.