Are you interested in starting or finishing your novel? How about completing that short story you have been stuck on? The Center for Black Literature at Medgar Evers College, CUNY, once again, is offering a Fiction Writing Workshop through the Adult & Continuing Education program (ACE).
Get started by working with established, published author Donna Hill and learn tools to hone the craft of creative writing. Beginners are welcome. Limited capacity. This workshop is set up to be taken as both individualized sessions or as a whole course. May and July 2014 calendar available. Read More
The Killens Review of Arts & Letters is currently accepting submissions for the Fall/Winter 2014 issue. Submissions are due by JULY 14, 2014. THEME: “Bring It Forward: Activism In Literature Today.”
The Fall / Winter 2014 issue of the Killens Review of Arts & Letters seeks fiction, essays, poetry, and artwork that reflect the impact of activism in contemporary literary works and art. Read the submission guidelines here.
Las Comadres, in collaboration with Medgar Evers College, CUNY; The National Black Writers Conference, the English Department, and ALAS-Association for Latin American Studies present: The 3rd ANNUAL COMADRES & COMPADRES LATINO WRITERS CONFERENCE, an Extension of the National Black Writers Conference. Saturday, September 27, 2014. Read a full description now.
Rates go up in September so register today! CLICK HERE FOR 2014 REGISTRATION
The Center for Black Literature would like to thank all the attendees, participants, volunteers, and supporters of the Twelfth National Black Writers Conference (NBWC). Your participation made this year a huge success.
See panel discussions from this year’s conference on CSPAN’s Book TV.
The Center for Black Literature hosts National Black Writers Conference (the 3-4 day conference) every even year and the NBWC Biennial Symposium (one day) every odd year. Learn More
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