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Live Virtual Group Session: 6PM EDT July 26th 2021

Thank you to everyone who joined for this session! Our text for this session was the poem Dead Stars by Ada Limón, posted below. Our prompt for this session was: “Write/list demands to launch into the sky.” More details on this session will be posted, so check back! Participants are warmly encouraged to share what you wrote below (“Leave … Read More

Encuentros virtuales en vivo: Sábado 24 de Julio, 13:00 EST (17:00 UTC)

Asistieron 5 participantes representando a los países de Argentina, Colombia, España, Estados Unidos y Uruguay. El texto elegido fue “Sé todos los cuentos” del poeta español León Felipe.  La discusión se centró en el significado de la palabra “cuento”. En español, la palabra “cuento” se puede entender en el sentido de narrativa y discurso social … Read More

Live Virtual Group Session: 12PM EDT July 21st 2021

Thank you to everyone who joined for this session! Our text for this session was the poem Everything We Left Behind by Manasi Garg, posted below. Our prompt for this session was: “Write about shedding the years” More details on this session will be posted, so check back! Participants are warmly encouraged to share what you wrote … Read More

Live Virtual Group Session: 6PM EDT July 19th 2021

Thank you to everyone who joined for this session! For this session we watched an excerpt from the stand-up comedy special Douglas by Hannah Gadsby, posted below. Our prompt for this session was a choice between: “Write about your relationship to the box” OR “Write about missing the memo.” More details on this session will be posted, so … Read More

Live Virtual Group Session: 12PM EDT July 16th 2021

Thank you to everyone who joined for this session! Our text for this session was an excerpt from Infinite Jest by David Foster Wallace, posted below. Our prompt for this session was: “This can be tricky…” More details on this session will be posted, so check back! Participants are warmly encouraged to share what you wrote below (“Leave a … Read More

Live Virtual Group Session: 6PM EDT July 14th 2021

Thank you to everyone who joined for this session! Our text for this session was the poem Men at My Father’s Funeral by William Matthews, posted below. Our prompt for this session was: “Write an elegy about someone lost.” More details on this session will be posted, so check back! Participants are warmly encouraged to share what … Read More

Live Virtual Group Session: 6PM EDT July 12th 2021

Thank you to everyone who joined for this session! Our text for this session was The Nobodies by Eduardo Galeano (translated by Cedric Belfrage), posted below. Our prompt for this session was: “Write about the dreams of the nobodies.” More details on this session will be posted, so check back! Participants are warmly encouraged to share what … Read More

Encuentros virtuales en vivo: Sábado 10 de JULIO, 13:00 EST (17:00 UTC)

Tuvimos una sesión muy intima y nos fue muy bien. Asistieron al grupo cinco participantes en total, representando a estados locales (incluyendo Nueva York y Nueva Jersey) y países internacionales (incluyendo España y Colombia). Nuestro texto fue una fotografía de Andy Goldstein. Lo primero que notamos fue la ausencia de recursos que aparentemente tiene el … Read More

Live Virtual Group Session: 12PM EDT July 7th 2021

Thank you to everyone who joined for this session! For this session our text was the poem I Will Be My Mother’s Apprentice by Carmen Giménez Smith, posted below. Our prompt for this session was: “Write about being the remedy or the anchor.” More details on this session will be posted, so check back! Participants are warmly encouraged … Read More

Live Virtual Group Session: 12PM EDT June 30th 2021

Thank you to everyone who joined for this session! For this session our text was the short story Girl by Jamaica Kincaid, posted below. Our prompt for this session was: “Write a set of directions.” More details on this session will be posted, so check back! Participants are warmly encouraged to share what you wrote below (“Leave a … Read More

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