Tuesday, 4/13/2021
6:00 - 8:00
Virtual Library

Online Services
San Francisco, CA 94102
United States

Free monthly writing workshop providing a safe, supportive space for self-identified writers of color to explore race, class, culture, gender and identity. We welcome all ages and all ranges of writers, from beginning to seasoned professionals, working in any genre. 

Work at your own pace to develop your unique voice and style in a warm, multicultural workshop setting. Bring writing to share, write to prompts or just come and listen.

Guest appearance by Tehmina Khan, south Asian Muslim poet and poetry professor at City College of San Francisco offering readings, writing prompts, sharing  discussion on  "Speaking the Unspeakable: The Poet's Responsibility.”

Moderated by Shizue Seigel, Japanese American writer, artist and editor of the community anthologies Civil Liberties United (2019), Endangered Species, Enduring Values (2018) and Standing Strong! Fillmore & Japantown (2016).

Meets the second Tuesday of the month.