Writing Resistance 3.0 (2019)

Apogee Journal, in collaboration with the NY Writers Coalition, with support from Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC), presents:

Writing Resistance 3.0
Make Space for the Margins

Apogee contributors and community members will lead one digital and eight in-person craft-based writing and editing workshops in at the New York Writers Coalition in Brooklyn, New York. True to our mission of creating accessible and socially-engaged programming, these workshops are affordable, inclusive, and attentive to the ways identity informs reading and writing practices.

Scholarships are available! To apply, please contact joey[at]apogeejournal.org or victoria[at]apogeejournal.org


Saturday 4/20, 3-4pm: Ivelisse Rodriguez (Writing with Fear

Tuesday 4/30, 7-9pm: LaTasha N. Nevada Diggs (Procedures and Retellings)

Tuesday 5/14, 7-9pm: Urayoán Noel (Transversal Poetics)

Tuesday 5/21, 7-9pmRaquel Salas Rivera (Decoloniality as Metaphor and Praxis)

Tuesday 5/28, 7-9pm: Crystal Hana Kim (Finding A Character’s Voice)

Wednesday 6/5, 7-9pm: Jennifer Bartlett (The Activist Body)

Saturday 6/8, 2-4pm: Aracelis Girmay (ode + possibility)

Wednesday, 6/12, 7-9pm: Jennifer Baker (What’s At Stake? Finding Connections in Personal Experience and Political Structures)

Wednesday, 6/19, 7-9pm: sára abdullah (Bodies Beyond Bounds)

Saturday, 6/29, 2-4pm: Poet’s Panel: Cyree Jarelle Johnson, Marwa Helal, & Andrés Cerpa

    • Single class $20
    • Three-class pass $50 (Save $10)
    • Five-class pass $80 (Save $20)
    • Full Workshop: $120 (Save $40!)

Location: New York Writers Coalition Conference Room, 80 Hanson Pl, Brooklyn, NY 11217


If you have any questions about this workshops, please e-mail joey@apogeejournal.org

Brooklyn Arts Fund (DCLA) is sponsored, in part, by the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, administered by BAC.