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Safe, supportive spaces for self-identified writers of color to explore race, class, culture, gender and identity. We welcome all ages and all levels of writing, from beginning to seasoned professionals, working in any genre.

THE BIPOC HATCHERY Caretive Writing Workshop
Every 2nd TUESDAY of the month on Zoom, 6-8pm

Follow us on Eventbrite. $10 suggested donation

Discover your voice and style, build skills, and create community with a diverse group of BIPOC writers.  Expect a wonderful and unpredictable mix of prose writers, poets and other artists — from beginning writers to published prizewinners from around the Bay Area and beyond. By popular demand, we'll continue an eclectic mix of writing shares, conversations, prompts and free-write time, and guest instructors and readers. If you have nothing to share, come listen and get acquainted with other BIPOC writers. 

WRITE NOW! 3RD SATURDAYS Creative Writing Aorkshop

Every 3rd Saturday of the month on Zoom, 3-6pm

Follow us on Eventbrite. $10 suggested donation

This long-running group has served over 150 writers of color since 2015.
It draws a wonderful  mix of prose writers, poets and other artists at every level, genre, and background—from beginning writers. to published prizewinners. Regulars have included Andre Le Mont Wilson, Lorraine Bonner, Norm Mattox, Kimi Sugioka and Janice Hom. Space is limited to 12 workshoppers, so reserve a spot now for 15-20  minutes each to read  up to 1500-2000 words and receive supportive feedback. (Listeners also welcome).


*All workshops held virtually on Zoom.

Photos by Leon Sun