The Women of Color 
               Writers’ Workshop & Community

Telling Our Stories - Preserving Our Legacy

 
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The Women of Color Writers Firmly Believe That:


  1. Women of Color have important stories to tell.


  1. WOC Writers’ voices are far too often unheard, under-represented, and undervalued in the literary world.


  1. WOC Writers must believe in their ability to create art, take risk, build self-confidence, and trust their writing voices.


  1. Writers write!  WOC Writers must nourish and practice the craft of writing  ~ enrich and include       our legacy in the annals of literature.


  1. We must recognize our writing as important to the world of art and history ~ We must believe

    in it.


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Creative Writing Workshops

The Women of Color Writers

Guest Author’s Workshop

Writing Series

Presents Renowned

Author, Poet, Educator

*Sapphire*









Saturday / May 20th / 12:00 - 3:00pm

Brooklyn Ethical Culture Building, Bklyn NY

53 Prospect Park West (Not Far from Grand Army Plaza)

A 3 Hour Creative Writing Workshop

Workshop Fee $50.00

A Workshop Gift to WOC Writers - Don’t Miss!

SAPPHIRE - Bestselling Novelist & Poet Author of “PUSH” - the inspiration for the Academy Award-winning movie “Precious”

Sapphire is the author of two bestselling novels, Push and The Kid. Push became an Academy Award-winning major motion film Precious. Precious received the Academy Award for Best Screenplay and Best Supporting Actress. Sapphire’s work has been translated into thirteen languages and has been adapted for stage in the United States and Europe. Her poetry, fiction, and essays have appeared in numerous publications. She is also a Teaching Artist.

JOIN US FOR THIS UNFORGETTABLE EXPERIENCE

Registration is Open to WOC Writers

              

    Space is Limited

Acceptance First Come Basis 

To Register - Cash or Registration Deposit  NYCWomenWriters@Gmail.Com

www.WOCwriters.org


BOUNDARIES & BORDERS

A Women of Color

GLOBAL ANTHOLOGY

THANKS EVERYONE

Over 300 Entries Received!

Submissions Are Now Closed


Please Note:  Our copy editors are editing accepted submissions and we are working on our layout. We will keep you updated on our process

(Updated April 24, 2017)

SUPPORT WRITERS OF COLOR -

Special Thanks to the NY State Council on the Arts

WOC WRITERS MISSION

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To Use Literary Genres to Write Our Unique Stories

Preserve Our Legacy

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WOC is a Community of Global Women Writers

Dedicated to Increasing the Scope, Volume and Quality of Publications by Women of Color


Pat Schneider - AWA Founder States... “You have a voice, just as surely as you have a face, and it is already full of character,  passionate and nuanced and beautiful.” Writing Alone and With Others

Readings and Performances

WOC Presents 
“Write to Read” Readings
 
Sign-up or Come Out & Enjoy 

Jefferson Market Library 





   THURS. JUNE 29
     5:30 - 8:00pm 
    425 6th Ave. NYC
   & 
      Greenlight Book Store


     WEDS. AUGUST 24TH 
Email     nycwomenwriters@gmail.com
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WOC Writers’ Workshop

Thursdays

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For Info. ~ 347 210 8026

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Creative Writing Experiences

You Will Not Forget!

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The WOC workshop helped me develop a part of my novel that covered very difficult childhood trauma. Being in a room with women of color created a safe space for me to honestly tell my story. Ashley Y


Join The WOC Writers’ Community

Write in a Safe, Supportive Space

Participate in Readings, Retreats, Manuscript Reviews, Free Classes, and Publications

Registration is Closed