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NYCWP Voices: Four poems by Saara Liimatta

NYCWP Voices: Four poems by Saara Liimatta

Once monthly, the New York City Writing Project celebrates the teacher-as-writer by publishing works of poetry and prose written by its teachers. If you are interested in submitting your work to NYCWP Voices, please read the submissions guidelines and submit your work by email to voices@nycwritingproject.org.     CAVERN An image […]

#T2T17 Speaker Announcement and Save the Date

#T2T17 Speaker Announcement and Save the Date

  The NYCWP is THRILLED to announce our exciting Keynote Speaker for this year’s Teacher-to-Teacher Conference, which will take place on Saturday, March 18th, 2017, from 8:30 am – 4:00 pm. Tickets will be placed on sale soon, but in the meanwhile, check out our Call for Conference Proposals if […]

#T2T17 Call for Conference Proposals

#T2T17 Call for Conference Proposals

              The New York City Writing Project will host its 19th annual all-day Teacher-to-Teacher Conference (#T2T17) on Saturday, March 18th, 2017! The conference brings together teachers of grades PreK–16 from New York City and the surrounding areas to share their practice with colleagues in […]

Fall Writers-in-Residence Reading on 1/31/17

Fall Writers-in-Residence Reading on 1/31/17

  Join the New York City Writing Project for an evening of poetry and prose with our 2016 Fall Writers in Residence on Tuesday, January 31, 2017 from 7-9 pm!  Each Resident will read a short selection of their work aloud at the historic KGB Bar’s Reading Series to culminate the work […]

NYCWP Voices: “A Mid-Tour Poem (for Kase)” by Ingrid Chung

NYCWP Voices: “A Mid-Tour Poem (for Kase)” by Ingrid Chung

Once monthly, the New York City Writing Project celebrates the teacher-as-writer by publishing works of poetry and prose written by its teachers. If you are interested in submitting your work to NYCWP Voices, please read the submissions guidelines and submit your work by email to voices@nycwritingproject.org.   A MID-TOUR POEM              […]

NYCWP Voices: “The Route” by Peter DeMarco

NYCWP Voices: “The Route” by Peter DeMarco

Once monthly, the New York City Writing Project celebrates the teacher-as-writer by publishing works of poetry and prose written by its teachers. If you are interested in submitting your work to NYCWP Voices, please read the submissions guidelines and submit your work by email to voices@nycwritingproject.org.   The Route -Peter DeMarco […]

Remembering Nancy Mintz

Remembering Nancy Mintz

  It is with enormous sadness that we announce the passing of Nancy Mintz, dear friend, respected colleague, and former Director of the New York City Writing Project, after a valiant battle with ALS (Lou Gehrig’s Disease). Our thoughts and prayers go out to her family and friends, but also to Nancy […]

NYCWP Voices: Three Poems by Jinnette Caceres Schaudt

NYCWP Voices: Three Poems by Jinnette Caceres Schaudt

Once monthly, the New York City Writing Project celebrates the teacher-as-writer by publishing works of poetry and prose written by its teachers. If you are interested in submitting your work to NYCWP Voices, please read the submissions guidelines and submit your work by email to voices@nycwritingproject.org.   I BE … I […]

Sondra Perl, NYCWP Founder and former Director, to be honored at CUNY Grad Center

Sondra Perl, NYCWP Founder and former Director, to be honored at CUNY Grad Center

On Friday, October 7th, Sondra Perl, Founder and former Director of the New York City Writing Project, will be honored at the CUNY Graduate Center on the occasion of her retirement. The collective voices of those who have felt her influence and impact–including current and former students and colleagues–will gather […]

Letters to the Next President 2.0

Letters to the Next President 2.0

Letters to the Next President 2.0 is a reboot of the large scale youth participation project sponsored by the National Writing Project and Google during the 2008 election. In 2008 over 10,000 young people from across 800 schools took up the challenge of identifying, researching, and writing publicly about issues […]