Apply to an Advanced Workshop! Short Story Publishing Intensive for BIPOC Writers & Advanced Poetry Workshop
Ready to take your writing to the next level, but not sure you're ready for a months-long intensive? Try one of our 10-week advanced workshops! These classes are limited to 9 students to foster a closer and more rigorous learning experience.
(Online: Zoom) with Rolando Lopez (applications due February 6th)
Last year, Boston Writers of Color (BWOC) turned 6! Under the leadership of BWOC Program Manager, Serina Gousby, the program focuses on artistic and career development for writers of African, Indigenous, Native, Latinx, Asian, Pacific Islander and Arab heritage in New England and beyond.
Founded by If I Survive You author and GrubStreet Instructor, Jonathan Escoffery, this program includes literary support funding, free writing sessions, a network of BIPOC writers and artistic leaders, and a variety of free events that focus on community, artistic growth, and publishing.
BWOC’s mission is to amplify the work of writers who are …
The Short Story Publishing Intensive for BIPOC Writers is a capstone workshop is for BIPOC writers of various intersectional identities who have previous workshop experience, as well as a short story that has been extensively revised. This workshop will help BIPOC writers navigate the publishing side of writing, which has historically marginalized the voices of BIPOC writers.
We’re thrilled to introduce the 2022-2023 Teaching Fellows: Claudia Wilson and Nakia Hill. The Teaching Fellowship for Black Writers provides financial and professional development support to two self-identified Black writers interested in teaching classes, participating in events, and working with our instructors and staff to deepen our curriculum
Juneteenth is Sunday, June 19th. There are many ways to observe Juneteenth, the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States, so we’ve compiled a list of Juneteenth events happening virtually and in-person here in the Greater Boston area. As the fight for equity and justice continues, we hope this list provides some resources to commemorate this vital day in history and celebrate the contributions, writing, art, and experiences of Black Americans.