Past Events 2018

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JULY 2018

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July 28 – 29: The 8th Annual NYC Poetry Festival

NYC Poetry Festival

The 8th Annual New York City Poetry Festival will be held on Governors Island’s Colonel’s Row on July 28th & 29th, 2018. The Poetry Society of New York, a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization dedicated to promoting poetry within our culture, will once again invite attendees to come together for this free two-day festival to celebrate New York City’s vibrant poetry community.

The event will include over 75 poetry organizations and 250 poets on its three main stages; a Vendor’s Village where local booksellers, artists and craft makers will sell their wares; healthy and delicious food truck options; a beer and wine garden; poetry-inspired installation art throughout; The Ring of Daisies open mic area; The Blackbird Pavilion, an exclusive cooling oasis offering free refreshments to Poetry Society of New York members; and, of course, the Children’s Festival!

Ring of Daisies Open Mic sign up.
Festival is open from 11 AM – 6 PM each day. Location: Governor’s Island
For more information about festival, go to newyorkcitypoetryfestival.com.
 
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July 21– Harlem Book Fair (20th Anniversary)

The Harlem Book Fair is presented by Quarterly Black Review and runs from 10 am to 6 pm on Saturday, July 21, at West 135th St @ Malcolm X Boulevard. This year marks their 20th Anniversary.
 
The mission of the Harlem Book Fair is to create access to the transformative power of reading by celebrating, encouraging, and promoting literacy and literacy awareness through public programs, community participation, corporate partnerships and in-school programs that broaden and strengthen the vitality of the African American community.
 
The Harlem Book Fair is the United State’s largest African-American book fair and the nation’s flagship Black literary event. Held annually in Harlem, NY, the Harlem Book Fair features exhibition booths, panel discussions, book sales, and workshops.

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July 17 – The State of Workers’ Rights in New York City

Public hearing on Tuesday, July 17, at 6:30 PM 

LaGuardia Community College 
Little Theatre (Room M134) 
30-10 Thomson Ave., Long Island City.

To RSVP: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/65JD8D9.

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July 12 – NWU Members Featured on WBAI-FM Arts Express Radio Show

WBAI’s Arts Express, a show of culture and politics, will be featuring poems from A Blade of Grass: New Palestinian Poetry on Thursday, July 12, 2 – 3 PM. 
 
NWU members Zigi Lowenberg and Sam Friedman along with Radical Poets Collective member Farid Bitar will be reading  poetry from this important anthology. 
 
You can listen live at 99.5 FM, or you can listen live/download the podcast later at wbai.org.  
 

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July 9 –  NWU NY Steering Committee Meeting

All NWU members are welcome to share their ideas with chapter leaders about future events and activities. 

Monday, July 9, at 6 PM 

National Writers Union office
256 West 38th Street, NY, NY, 12th floor.

Conference call line available too.  RSVP to nwuny@nwu.org.

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July 7 – Monthly Open Mic 

The NWU hosts a monthly Open Mic on the Third Floor of the Muhlenberg Library (209 West 23rd Street, NYC) from 2 PM – 4:30 PM.

ALL writers are welcome to read or just come to listen to inspired words and participate in this uniquely supportive group. 

You’re sure to go home with new contacts and resources to advance your own work. No registration needed to read.

Hosted by NWU NY Steering Committee member Lee Christine Brownlee

Saturday, July 7, 2018

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Muhlenburg Public Library
209 W 23rd St, 3rd Flr, New York, NY
(near Seventh Avenue)
Fully accessible to wheelchairs. 
FREE ADMISSION  

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July 3 – An Alternative 4th of July Celebration

AN ALTERNATIVE 4th OF JULY CELEBRATION
COMMEMORATING FREDERICK DOUGLASS
Independence Day Speech at the Rochester Ladies’ Anti-Slavery Society, 1852

Come listen to readings of excerpts from Frederick Douglass’ speech
Featuring Jazz Poetry Ensemble UPSURGE!NYC

REFRESHMENTS SERVED
$10-$20 Sliding Scale — No one turned away

 

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JUNE 2018

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June 13 – Low Cost/High Impact Social Media Marketing Tips & Tricks

Media consultant Stephanie Larkin, author of SCORE on Social Media! – Getting started on social media platforms and postings for business and organizations, will discuss harnessing the power of the internet to build your brand and reach potential customers.

Date: June 13, 2018

Fee: FREE 

Program Details: 6 pm wine and cheese; 6:30 – 9:00 pm speaker and discussion.

Location: 256 W. 38 St., 12th Floor, NYC (UAW Conference Rooms)

For more information, contact Tim Sheard: sheard2001@gmail.com

2018 Wed Program Schedule

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June 2 – Monthly Open Mic 

The NWU hosts a monthly Open Mic on the Third Floor of the Muhlenberg Library (209 West 23rd Street, NYC) from 2 PM – 4:30 PM.

ALL writers are welcome to read or just come to listen to inspired words and participate in this uniquely supportive group. 

You’re sure to go home with new contacts and resources to advance your own work. No registration needed to read.

Hosted by NWU NY Steering Committee member Lee Christine Brownlee

Saturday, June 2, 2018

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Muhlenburg Public Library
209 W 23rd St, 3rd Flr, New York, NY
(near Seventh Avenue)
Fully accessible to wheelchairs. 
FREE ADMISSION  

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MAY 2018

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May 11 – Metro New York Labor Communications Council’s 43rd Annual Convention

Dave Zirin to be honored at Metro Convention. 

2018 Labor Communicator of the Year
DAVE ZIRIN, The Nation’s sports editor to receive the Labor Communicator of the Year award. Zirin was named one of the “50 Visionaries Who Are Changing Our World” by Utne Reader. He is also the host of the “Edge of Sports Podcast,” and “The Collision with Etan Thomas and Dave Zirin” on WPFW in DC. Zirin coauthored with Michael Bennett the newly published, Things That Make White People Uncomfortable.

Introduced by ROBERT LIPSYTE, American sports journalist, author and former Ombudsman for ESPN.

PANEL DISCUSSION
Communicating about Workers’ Rights from Spectrum to Janus

Bob Hennelly, Investigative Journalist, moderator

PANELISTS INCLUDE
Ginger Otis, Daily News
Josh Austin, Communications Director The NewsGuild of New York
Meghana Reddy, Time of Day media
John Tarlton, The Indypendent
Jessica Ramos, candidate for State Senate, formerly Director of Latino Media for NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio

TO REGISTER: metrolabornyc.org
$25 members; $35 non-members; Special rate for students, interns and unemployed: $10.
Registration – 8:30 a.m.
Business Meeting – 9:30 a.m.
Panel – 10:00 a.m.
Presentation of contest winners.
Breakfast and lunch will be served.
For more information go to metrolabornyc.com 

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 May 9 – Pitch, Sell and Get Paid for your Articles & Stories

Veteran journalist David Hill discusses his career as a journalist and how he develops relationships with editors, pitches articles and, when published, makes sure he is paid in full.

Date: May 9, 2018

Fee: FREE 

Program Details: 6 pm wine and cheese; 6:30 – 9:00 pm speaker and discussion.

Location: 256 W. 38 St., 12th Floor, NYC (UAW Conference Rooms)

For more information and to RSVP, contact Tim Sheard: sheard2001@gmail.com

2018 Wed Program Schedule

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May 5 – Monthly Open Mic 

The NWU hosts a monthly Open Mic on the Third Floor of the Muhlenberg Library (209 West 23rd Street, NYC) from 2 PM – 4:30 PM.

ALL writers are welcome to read or just come to listen to inspired words and participate in this uniquely supportive group. 

You’re sure to go home with new contacts and resources to advance your own work. No registration needed to read.

Hosted by NWU NY Steering Committee member Lee Christine Brownlee

Saturday, May 5, 2018

to 

Muhlenburg Public Library
209 W 23rd St, 3rd Flr, New York, NY
(near Seventh Avenue)
Fully accessible to wheelchairs. 
FREE ADMISSION 

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May 5 – Bronx Book Fair

The Bronx Book Fair is dedicated to engaging and growing the community of poets and writers in the Bronx and to connecting to readers and book lovers of all ages. Free!

Saturday, May 5, 2018  11 a.m. – 7 p.m.

Bronx Library Center/New York Public Library
310 E Kingsbridge Road, Bronx, NY 10458

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APRIL 2018

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April 13 – 14: Organizing 2.0 Conference 2018

A CONFERENCE FOR ORGANIZERS, TECHIES & ACTIVISTS

Organizing 2.0 brings together hundreds of leaders, organizers, fundraisers, techies and activists to share our collective wisdom, skills, and talents. There will be workshops, trainings, discussions, consulting and networking opportunities, visionary speakers, and a provocative debate around strategy and practices.

Over two days in Manhattan, we will bring together hundreds of people to learn from each other, share stories and strategies and build our skills, organizations and movements. Featured tracks focusing on online to offline organizing, digital strategy, member engagement and much more.

Murphy Institute
April 13-14, 2018
25 West 43rd St.
NY, NY 10036

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April 11, 2018 – Write and Sell In Multiple Genres

Learn how to broaden your writing platform beyond the novel or nonfiction book. 

An author with his hat in many camps, Gabriel Schivone has successfully pitched novels, nonfiction political-historical books, comic books, graphic novels and children’s books to publishers. He also writes and produces plays and pitches movie screenplays.

Learn how he adapts to these varied formats and platforms and how you can expand your work into other formats.

Date: April 11, 2018

Fee: FREE 

Program Details: 6 pm wine and cheese; 6:30 – 8:30 pm speaker and discussion.

Location: 256 W. 38 St., 12th Floor, NYC (UAW Conference Rooms)

For more information, contact Tim Sheard: sheard2001@gmail.com

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April 7 – Monthly Open Mic 

The NWU hosts a monthly Open Mic on the Third Floor of the Muhlenberg Library (209 West 23rd Street, NYC) from 2 PM – 4:30 PM.

ALL writers are welcome to read or just come to listen to inspired words and participate in this uniquely supportive group. 

You’re sure to go home with new contacts and resources to advance your own work. No registration needed to read.

Hosted by NWU NY Steering Committee member Lee Christine Brownlee

Saturday, Apr. 7, 2018

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Muhlenburg Public Library
209 W 23rd St, 3rd Flr, New York, NY
(near Seventh Avenue)
Fully accessible to wheelchairs. 
FREE ADMISSION 

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Now – April 2, 2018: LABOR JOURNALISM AWARD SUBMISSIONS

The New York Metro labor Communications Council is offering two $500 prizes for work by student journalists on the theme of “New Forms of Solidarity.”

Thanks to the energy and creativity among grassroots activists, non-traditional forms of labor organizing have grown in recent years, sometimes with dramatic and far-reaching results. The Domestic Workers Alliance, Fight for $15, Black Lives Matter, and the Coalition of Immokalee Workers are all prominent examples. These worker-centered organizations sometimes partner with traditional labor unions as well as with faith-based and community-based organizations to generate support for their campaigns, and use innovative techniques to bring pressure to bear on employers and owners.

Stories by undergraduate and graduate students that capture and explain this phenomenon through original reporting will be considered. One prize will be awarded for a written article of approximately 1200 words, another for a video report of two to six minutes.

The winner will be honored at our annual convention in New York City on May 11, 2018.

Application Deadline: April 2, 2018. Please include your name and the school you are attending. Students do not need to be journalism majors.

For more information and to apply, please contact:  

Charles Wilibanks / chuckwilbanks@gmail.com/  212-823-2054

 

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MARCH 2018

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March 22 – 14th National Black Writers Conference

The theme of the 2018 NBWC “Gathering at the Waters: Healing, Legacy, and Activism in Black Literature” acknowledges our concern about the recent, and still continued, issues of social inequality and injustices that challenge us and builds on the legacy of healing through activism. This timely theme will center on the ways in which Black writers use their writing to explore and convey messages that heal and restore our individual selves and collective community. The Conference will also examine the instrumental role that Black writers have played in building our cultural history; the imprint that this has left in Black literature; and how the literature of Black writers has impacted present-day and future generations. And last, we want to look at the significance of activism in writers’ works, that is how a writer’s beliefs and personal vigorous actions are used to support the political and social change they want to see take place in today’s society and in the world.

2018 NBWC Honorary Co-Chair Dr. Myrlie Evers-Williams

Honorees: Steven Barnes, Kwame Dawes, Tananarive Due, David Levering Lewis, Susan L. Taylor, and Colson Whitehead

Thursday, March 22 – Sunday, March 25, 2018; 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Medgar Evers College, CUNY
Founders Auditorium
1650 Bedford Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11225

Visit www.centerforblackliterature.org to view the full program. 

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March 14 – How to Pitch a Book to Agents and Publishers

Prolific and successful book author Peter Benjaminson (The Lost Supreme, Super Freak: The Life of Rick. James), will discuss

  • How to query an agent and an editor
  • What works in a query letter
  • What are the entry points for meeting agents and editors
  • What approach is doomed to failure.

           Sample query letters will be provided..

Date: March 14, 2018

Fee: FREE 

Program Details: 6 pm wine and cheese; 6:30 – 8:30 pm speaker and discussion.

Location: 256 W. 38 St., 12th Floor, NYC (UAW Conference Rooms)

For more information, contact Tim Sheard: sheard2001@gmail.com

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March 6 – Damaged Virtues A Cry from Within

NWU member Calvin Ramsey‘s play Damaged Virtues Damaged Virtues A Cry from Within was just performed at the National Black Theatre in Harlem. This play will continue to have performances around the country as a fundraiser for a hospital in Kenya that performs fistula operations on the women in that area. Next performance…

Damaged VirtuesDamaged Virtues A Cry from Within

March 6 at 7 PM

Unitarian Church of All Souls
1157 Lexington Ave. (East 80th St.) 
New York, NY 10075

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March 3 – Monthly Open Mic 

The NWU hosts a monthly Open Mic on the Third Floor of the Muhlenberg Library (209 West 23rd Street, NYC) from 2 PM – 4:30 PM.

ALL writers are welcome to read or just come to listen to inspired words and participate in this uniquely supportive group. 

You’re sure to go home with new contacts and resources to advance your own work. No registration needed to read.

Hosted by NWU NY Steering Committee member Lee Christine Brownlee

Saturday, Mar. 3, 2018

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Muhlenburg Public Library
209 W 23rd St, 3rd Flr, New York, NY
(near Seventh Avenue)
Fully accessible to wheelchairs. 
FREE ADMISSION 

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FEBRUARY 2018

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February 21 – Build Your Brand with Live Performances

NOTE: Monthly Wednesday Series will be held on the 3rd Wednesday of this month.

Performance Poetry with Raymond Nat Turner, Garret Robinson and The Jive Poetic, discussing how they use live performances to sharpen their writing voice and build their brand.

Image may contain: 1 person, sitting and hatRaymond Nat Turner

Raymond Nat Turner is a Steering Committee Member of the NY Chapter of the National Writers Union (NWU) and  a NYC poet privileged to have read at the Harriet Tubman Centennial Symposium. He is Artistic Director of the stalwart JazzPoetry Ensemble UpSurge and has appeared at numerous festivals and venues including the Monterey Jazz Festival and Panafest in Ghana West Africa. UpSurge! has two critically acclaimed CDs, All Hands On Deck and Chromatology to its credit. Turner currently is Poet-in-Residence at Black Agenda Report, Ralph Poynter’s “What’s Happening” and WBAI’s Tuesday “Morning Show”. He has opened for such people as James Baldwin, People’s Advocate Cynthia McKinney, progressive sportswriter Dave Zirin and CA Congresswoman Barbara Lee following her lone vote a

gainst attacking Afghanistan. 

Image may contain: 1 person, smiling, sittingGarrett Buhl Robinson

Since 1992, Garrett Buhl Robinson has been wandering around the United States while studying independently and writing prolifically.  After arriving in New York City in 2011, he has been performing his works on the streets of Manhattan.  In 2015, he made his Off-Broadway debut at Theatre Row performing his musical Letters to Zoey in the United Solo Theatre Festival.  He has self-published 7 of his books. Photo by bob kidd photography. 

Jive Poetic’s Bio:

Jive Poetic received his BA in Media Studies from the State University of New York at Buffalo, and his MFA in Writing and Activism from Pratt Institute. He has performed his work in venues ranging from the Australian House of Parliament to the Tom Thumb Theater in Kent, England. He was also one of two poets selected by the US Embassy to 

represent American slam poetry during an international cultural exchange program in Warsaw, Poland. Jive Poetic has collected gran

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d slam championship titles from Pensacola, Florida to Munich, Germany. In 2003, Jive Poetic was a member of the Nuyorican Poet’s Café’s N

ational Slam team ranking second in the nation as a team, and 10th as an individual. In 2004, he was a member of the Providence Rhode Island Slam Team; in 2005 he was a member of the NYC Louder Arts Slam Team; in 2006 he was a member of the Brooklyn National Slam Team. In 2011 he served on the advisement panel at the Australian National Slam Summit. He was featured on season four of TVONE’s LEXUS VERSES AND FLOW, PBS News Hour, and BET Facebook Live. He is the founder of Insurgent Poets Society, co-founder of The SOUNDBITES POETRY FESTIVAL, and currently hosts the open slam at Nuyorican Poet’s Café. When he is not on tour or hosting, Jive Poetic teaches performance poetry and hip – hop workshops to at risk youth in New York City and surrounding tri-state area. In 2017 he became the first ever recipient of the John Morning Award for Art and Service. Photo courtesy of Steve Berczik.

Date: February 21, 2018

Fee: FREE 

Program Details: 6 pm wine and cheese; 6:30 – 8:30 pm speaker and discussion.

Location: 256 W. 38 St., 12th Floor, NYC (UAW Conference Rooms)

For more information, contact Tim

 Sheard: sheard2001@gmail.com-

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February 13 – Book Launch for Herb Boyd’s Black Detroit

Celebrate Black History Month at a Book Launch party for member Herb Boyd.
There will be a book signing and discussion of Black Detroit: A People’s History of Self-Determination. 

Tuesday, Feb. 13, from 6 – 8 pmHerb Boyd photo
256 West 38th Street, NYC (12th Flr)

Admission: FREE to public

 

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 February 3 – Monthly Open Mic 

The NWU hosts a monthly Open Mic on the Third Floor of the Muhlenberg Library (209 West 23rd Street, NYC) from 2 PM – 4:30 PM.

ALL writers are welcome to read or just come to listen to inspired words and participate in this uniquely supportive group. 

You’re sure to go home with new contacts and resources to advance your own work. No registration needed to read.

Hosted by NWU NY Steering Committee member Lee Christine Brownlee

Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018

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Muhlenburg Public Library
209 W 23rd St, 3rd Flr, New York, NY
(near Seventh Avenue)
Fully accessible to wheelchairs. 
FREE ADMISSION 

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JANUARY 2018

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January 1 – January 31: Monthly Online Contest- Create a New NWU Slogan

The NWU is launching a monthly online contest for our dues-paying members. This month we’re asking for your help to create new NWU slogan.

NWU Slogan Contest Rules:
1.    Take the next few weeks to compose your best slogan for the NWU’s New York Chapter.
2.    You may get outside help from relatives, friends, and pets.
3.    Submit your entries to nwuny@nwu.org.
4.    Final date of acceptance for entries is 11:59 PM ET on January 24, 2018.
5.    Only NWU dues-paying members can participate in this contest. If you’re not a member yet, you can join online.
6.    All contest entries will be entered onto a voting sheet and the NWU New York Steering Committee will vote for the winners.
7.    Members of the NWU New York Steering Committee are not eligible to win any prizes from this contest.

And the prizes are …
First Prize: The winning slogan (with the winner’s name) will appear on all NWU NY Chapter event flyers starting in March 2018. This slogan will also be recommended to the NWU’s national leaders for possible adoption in time of the 2018 Delegates Assembly.
Second Prize: One-month subscription to the Writers Market.
Third Prize: Various NWU New York Chapter leaders will post positive reviews about your work on your Amazon page, website, or social media platforms.
Good Luck! We look forward to reading the slogans you submit. 

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January 21 – Free Wine and Food Party

NWU Member Frank Hickey is hosting a free Wine and Food Party on Sunday, January 21, from 3 PM to 5 PM at the Manhattan Art and Antiques Center, 1050 Second Avenue at 56th Street. RSVP: Frank Hickey at 213-235-6381 or lfrankhickey@gmail.com.

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2018 Women’s March in NYC

72nd St. and Central Park West

Over the past year, basic rights for women, immigrants, people of color and even Mother Earth have struggled to survive under the weight of the current administration. The press has been labeled an “Enemy of the People” and healthcare for millions has been threatened. We must stand together!

  • The main entrance point will be at 72nd St. and Central Park West.
  • The rally starts at 11:30am at Central Park West between 61st – 62nd Streets. The full block in front of the stage (61st to 62nd on Central Park West) will be reserved for those with disabilities.
  • The march starts at 12:30 pm and will go past Columbus Circle, East on 59th Street, and South on 6th Avenue with exits at 45th/44th/43rd streets.
  • There will be many after march activities (indoors) to choose from. (See the FAQ for more details.)

We will not be silent!

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January 19 – UAW Region 9A Annual Civil Rights Dinner 

UAW Region 9A Annual Civil Rights Dinner on Friday, January 19. The NWU Chapter has a few tickets available to attend this inspiring event held in Hartford, CT. Transportation will be provided. NWU dues-paying members who would like to attend are asked to send an email message to nwuny@nwu.org. Limited number of free tickets available.

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January 10 -Tell Me More About Press Kits

Press kits (also known as media kits and Electronic Press Kits [EPKs]) are prepackaged promotional materials, designed to garner publicity for your book. They are intended to gain you attention from the media (interviews and write ups for: newspaper and magazine articles, blog site posts, television, radio, podcasts, etc.). Learn how to prepare and package your book, to be appealing to media outlets, how and where to distribute your press release. Also learn other ways (social medial and otherwise) to promote your book that can save you time and money, from author, editor, and PR writer Eartha Watts Hicks.

ABOUT EARTHA

Eartha Watts Hicks is editor-in-chief at Harlem World Magazine, founder of Earthatone Books, and is the award-winning author of Love Changes. She a member of the esteemed Harlem Writers Guild, and a PR writer and affiliate of BlackPR.com.

Fee: FREE 

Program Details: 6 pm wine and cheese; 6:30 – 8:30 pm speaker and discussion.

Location: 256 W. 38 St., 12th Floor, NYC (UAW Conference Rooms)

For more information, contact Tim Sheard: sheard2001@gmail.com

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January 6 – Monthly Open Mic 

The NWU hosts a monthly Open Mic on the Third Floor of the Muhlenberg Library (209 West 23rd Street, NYC) from 2 PM – 4:30 PM.

ALL writers are welcome to read or just come to listen to inspired words and participate in this uniquely supportive group. 

You’re sure to go home with new contacts and resources to advance your own work. No registration needed to read.

Hosted by NWU NY Steering Committee member Lee Christine Brownlee

Saturday, Jan. 6, 2018

to 

Muhlenburg Public Library
209 W 23rd St, 3rd Flr, New York, NY
(near Seventh Avenue)
Fully accessible to wheelchairs. 
FREE ADMISSION 

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January 1 – January 31: Monthly Online Contest- Create a New NWU Slogan

The NWU is launching a monthly online contest for our dues-paying members. This month we’re asking for your help to create new NWU slogan.

NWU Slogan Contest Rules:
1.    Take the next few weeks to compose your best slogan for the NWU’s New York Chapter.
2.    You may get outside help from relatives, friends, and pets.
3.    Submit your entries to nwuny@nwu.org.
4.    Final date of acceptance for entries is 11:59 PM ET on January 24, 2018.
5.    Only NWU dues-paying members can participate in this contest. If you’re not a member yet, you can join online.
6.    All contest entries will be entered onto a voting sheet and the NWU New York Steering Committee will vote for the winners.
7.    Members of the NWU New York Steering Committee are not eligible to win any prizes from this contest.

And the prizes are …
First Prize: The winning slogan (with the winner’s name) will appear on all NWU NY Chapter event flyers starting in March 2018. This slogan will also be recommended to the NWU’s national leaders for possible adoption in time of the 2018 Delegates Assembly.
Second Prize: One-month subscription to the Writers Market.
Third Prize: Various NWU New York Chapter leaders will post positive reviews about your work on your Amazon page, website, or social media platforms.
Good Luck! We look forward to reading the slogans you submit.