SUPPORTING WRITING & ART BY PEOPLE OF COLOR
Write Now! SF Bay builds multicultural community by reflecting the complex diversities among the Black, Brown, Indigenous and People of Color that comprise 60% of the Bay Area's population.
Since 2015, we have supported over 350 emerging and established BIPOC writers and artists. Their prose, poetry and artwork reflects the lived realities of people from all walks of life—educators, healers, activists, immigrants, LGBTQ, the formerly unhoused, and just plain folks with roots in Native America, Africa, Asia, Europe, Latin America, the Middle East and beyond.
WE SUPPORT WRITERS AND ARTISTS OF COLOR THROUGH:
BOOKS: Multicultural anthologies of prose, poetry and artwork
WORKSHOPS: Free monthly creative writing workshops
EVENTS: Virtual and live readings and events
Write Now! SF Bay’s new anthology
Did you miss the book launch? Watch it on YouTube HERE
EAST BAY LAUNCH, Thurs, July 22, 7pm
Hosted the Oakland Asian Cultural Center on Zoom
Wed, JULY 28, 7:30pm, Bird & Beckett
Readings From ESSENTIAL TRUTHS curated by Kim Shuck
Thurs, JULY 29, 7 pm, Literary Speakeasy, 4 Valenica
Five writers, including Shizue Seigel, curated by James Siegel
Tues, July 13, 6-8ipm THE HATCHERY Creative Writing for Writers of Color
Virtually hosted by the San Francisco Public Library. Register HERE.
Sat JULY 17, WRITE NOW! SF BAY Third Saturdays, 2-5pm Register at