I miss the days when I was in an MFA program, where everyone was absorbed in the writing culture and was also supportive of others' successes. Recreating that atmosphere would be so good for me and my mental health to spend time getting back into the craft I love and not working so much. I am looking for a group of supportive writers, preferrably in NYC (sorry!), who are also LGBTQIA+ friendly, and also take writing seriously. I love people who are out of the box, creative, empathetic, relatable, and most of all chill!
Author Bio: Sara Watkins is a full-time developmental editor, part-time author, and freelance collector of tiny, fat dragons— no one pays her to collect them, she just enjoys it. She has been published in Pennsylvania's Emerging Writers: An Anthology of Fiction, Pennsylvania's Emerging Writers: An Anthology of Nonfiction, and Blink Ink. Sara Watkins can be reached via www.sarawatkins.net or @saranadebooks.
Person Bio: I'm a 25-year-old disabled woman. Reading and writing helps me to remember that I'm much more than my illnesses; I'm a writer, I'm an editor, I'm a student, and a wife, and a person. Through my work, I hope to bring light to disability and share that some experiences are universal; despite our differences, we are not alone. My literary circle has severely dwindled since the start of the pandemic due due to being immunocompromised, so I'm looking for a group to share the literary experience with! Accountability partners are always appreciated.
I'm an Iranian young boy who wants to share his writtings with the world.
I'm 16 and I'm a BookWorm. I have many manuscripts in which I talked about peace, love, God and life and writing.
Nearly two years ago, I was ranked in a province essay writing competition and now I'm writing my first novel that I really believe that it'll be one of the best novels in the world.
I love Russian literature and Iranian poets and poems, and I wrote several poems in Persian, which of course I think I will never publish.
I wish to be friends with many writers and poets around the world and I would be happy if you would like to talk to me about any subject (and maybe become my constant friend). Email me or Instagram or text me on this page.
I hope that by talking to you, I can help my personal growth as well as your happiness.
Add to Cart Magazine seeks experimental, avant-garde, and challenging writing and art that pushes well beyond comfortable boundaries, whether they be of form, style, or thought. It is open to “neglected voices and forms.”
We all tend to write to please an audience, but, whether or not you have been published, if you have a voice that you are worried to share because it may confuse or confront your audience, yet it is nonetheless valuable and precious, then we are for you.
I have a BS in Creative Writing and have been writing short stories and poems for many years. I like to buy notebooks and daydream about writing, but most days I'd rather clean my house than put words down on paper.
I'm hoping to find a group that will help get me into a routine with my writing and keep me accountable.
When I'm not writing, I like to read, play video games, cross-stitch, and quilt.
Cedrick Dark was born Cedrick DuBwan Shelton to a Jewish mother and Black painter in his native Albany, GA. He is a graduate of Morehouse College with a BA in Sociology and currently seeks to publish his debut novel - A Son of Babylon: A Jericho Narrative for Black Fatherhood.
His work varies across multiple genres from writing novels to poetry to short stories.
My name is Sarina and I am a 20 year old college student looking for a critque group on my latest project which is a Middle Grade novel about mental health, friendship, and growing up. I am open to writers of all kind and I am looking for a group to meet with on a somewhat frequent basis. I am excited to be apart of this community :)