Catalyze Self-Revolutions in Your Writing
Our online writing workshops serve as digital communes for writers eager to explore new dimensions of their work and build their creative community. With writers spanning the globe, each workshop offers a unique concoction of lessons, seminars and other innovative writing activities. The 10-day long workshops place participants in small cohorts guided by a workshop advisor as they delve into generative writing exercises, and offer and receive constructive feedback. Paired with workshop-wide challenges and discussion, our online workshops aim to vitalize your artistic practice in spaces crafted with empathy, intention and vigor.
We are not currently open for applications to any workshops. Please check back in midsummer for applications to our fall & winter workshops.
SUMMER 2019Applications are closed.
Sing That Like Dovesong | exploring centuries of personal narrative with Destiny Hemphill, for Black writers, Indigenous writers & other writers of color
Orchids Without Attached Thighs | upending the feminine though interrogation & celebration with Franny Choi & Gala Mukomolova, for femme writers across gender
We Sweat Honeysuckle | examined reimaginations of both personal & cultural queerness with Angel Nafis & Donika Kelly, for queer writers
Open By Riot Laughter | archiving the resistance, divestment & transcendence of gender, for trans / gender non-conforming writersSPRING 2019
Finger & Lash, Sweet Lightning | navigating the politics of body & desire, for queer writers
Feathered We Remember | exploring the fantastic, the mythical, the speculative, for femme writersWINTER 2018
To Carry Within Us An Orchard, To Eat | on food writing, rituals, & belonging, for Asian diasporic writers in collaboration with KundimanSPRING 2018
When The Moon Walks | reimagining the mythology of a near & distant home, for me/na and muslim writers
Singing Songs Crooning Comets | illuminating rituals of joy, for black writers, indigenous writers & other writers of color
Art is oye by NXSH, published in Fragments of Persephone