Amazon Literary Partnership Supports the Production of Girls Write Now’s Annual Anthology
Maya Nussbaum joins Jenna Bush Hager in latest The More You Know Campaign to spread literacy awareness through PSAs, social content, and inspiring conversation
Last Tuesday, members of regional Genesis dealerships and leaders at the Genesis Inspiration Fund came by Girls Write Now’s office in Manhattan to get an exclusive preview of the 2023 anthology launch party, which features performances by mentee contributors and their mentors.
“I hope that the Girls Write Now community will enjoy this chapbook.”
Channel Kindness, a project of the Born This Way Foundation, and Girls Write Now are excited to announce the launch of Kindness Collection, a series of stories written by mentees sharing their experiences and diverse perspectives.
Because Target believes our work resonates with their guests, we have been invited to raise awareness for our work eradicating the barriers of gender, race, age, and poverty to mentor the next generation of writers and leaders. Together, our community channels the power of our voices and stories to shape culture, impact industries, and inspire change.
Mentee alum Daleelah Saleh, a senior at Middlebury College, received $2,000 as part of a newly created scholarship…
It is an honor for Girls Write Now to work with the Barbie Dream Gap Project and the world’s largest…
Girls Write Now is thrilled to premiere “A Passenger’s Library,” an original short film directed by the filmmaker B. Monét in partnership with Level Forward, that brings to life and is inspired by a poem of the same name by Girls Write Now mentee and LaGuardia high school rising senior, Anaís Fernández.