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✨ Championing diverse voices in poetry, literature, television, film and theater by spotlighting opportunities for BIPOC writers✨ Founder
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VONAVoices 14h
Wednesday! A VONA discussion panel on the intersection of identity and craft for October - Filipino American History Month, Latinx Heritage Month & LGBT History Month. With and poet Nívea Castro. RSVP:
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Raising Mothers Oct 23
The varied diverse literary platforms that have become more visible over the years sweets my heart as my grandmother would say. More space, more visibility, more funding!
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VONAVoices Oct 23
Call for submissions! An anthology by and about undocumented and formerly undocumented writers. Deadline December 5. See images for more details.
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Galleyway Oct 23
Thru 11/1: YA author Kwame Mbalia () is seeking short stories from Black male/non-binary authors for a Middle Grade anthology (targeted towards readers age 8-12) that center the joy of Black boyhood. More info👇
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Galleyway Oct 23
Looking for a communal writing experience and a way to hold yourself accountable? Join us for Virtual Writing Sessions in November! Sessions are FREE, silent, and last two hours in duration. Registration is required at
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Overachiever Magazine Oct 22
We are accepting submissions for the Productivity Issue ✨ Check out the suggested topics or pitch your own piece. If you have questions, DM us or send us an email at rehana@overachievermagazine.com by October 26th. We are excited to see your work!
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Galleyway Oct 22
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Thru 11/1: The Barbara Hammer Lesbian Experimental Filmmaking Grant is a $7k grant from that will be awarded to self-identified lesbians for making visionary moving-image art. Applicants must be based in the U.S.
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gal-dem Oct 22
Replying to @livslittle @CandiceC_W
We’d love to feature new voices as part of this, so we’re launching a competition for 16-21 year old Black women and non-binary writers, judged by , and our wider editorial team. Entries are open now until 9 Nov. All info here:
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gal-dem Oct 22
Following on from our 2018 takeover, we're working with the again for a special issue this December, and are looking to feature Black women and non-binary aspiring writers as part of it ✨
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Galleyway Oct 22
“Create dangerously, for people who read dangerously. ... Write, knowing in part that no matter how trivial your words may seem, someday, somewhere, someone may risk his or her life to read them.” ― Edwidge Danticat, novelist and short-story writer
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Galleyway Oct 22
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Asian American Writers' Workshop Oct 21
"The point of departure for the politician and the poet is completely different. The poet says sorry, I’ve done wrong, and the politician says look at me, I’m always right." Poet Kim Min Jeong in conversation with her translators Soeun Seo and Jake Levine
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Black Writers Collective Oct 20
Are you currently a book coach-in-training? has a co-working tribe for apprentice fiction and nonfiction book coaches of color. Access is free to qualified individuals. Contact us for an invitation.
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Galleyway Oct 20
! New opportunities are available now thru 11/1 from: Visit for more info! Music: Skate Musician: Jeff Kaale
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Galleyway Oct 19
Thank you for sharing! ❤️
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Image_Journal Oct 19
. has launched a new video series called The Written Word. The first video features editorial advisor , who shared about Black rural identity and her mission to “make the invisible visible.”
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