Annabel Young, a Saginaw Chippewa descendant (ajijaak/crane clan) and Girls Write Now Fellow gives us 34 books by woman-identifying and trans Indigenous authors to read over Thanksgiving break.
College, Career & Life Resources
Write with Women & Gender-expansive Authors & Artists
Our Favorite Writing Prompts & Tips
TBR Book List: Pride Month Edition!
This June, we’re celebrating queer love, friendship, and pride by delving into some of the work from Girls Write Now community members.
Celebrate Asian American Pacific Islander Heritage Month with Girls Write Now Teaching Artists and Honorees
We’re celebrating #AAPImonth by digging into some of the work by some of the incredible Asian American and Pacific Islander writers, storytellers, Teaching Artists, and friends in the Girls Write Now community. Your read, watch, and listen lists for this summer just got longer!
Nominations Open for Posse Scholarship for High School Students
Learn how Girls Write Mentees can be nominated for a four-year, full-tuition scholarship!
Mentor Meg Cassidy Opens Doors for Mentees at Fortier
Are you a high school senior interested in joining the Fortier Public Relations team? Apply now for the Publicity Internship to gain new skills and be mentored by senior publicists!…
Submit to Roxane Gay’s The Audacity Emerging Writer Essay Series
The Audacity is Roxanne Gay’s bi-monthly newsletter that features an emerging writer twice a month. Emerging writers are defined by The Audacity as someone with fewer than three article/essay/short story…
Resources for Processing & Writing About War
As we continue to process our experiences of war, use these resources to help guide your discussions about the topic.
The Love of Hip-Hop Playlist: Friday Night Salon Style
A sonnet is basically a chorus, and Shakespeare was basically a rapper. But Shakespeare’s got NOTHING on a SZA and Isaiah Rashad collab. Well, at least that’s what our Friday Night Salon guest author, poet—and Girls Write Now Fellow!—Sam Arriozola, thinks.
12 Spellbinding Books by our Black Teaching Artists
We’re celebrating #BlackHistory this month and beyond by digging into books from some of Girls Write Now’s incredible Teaching Artists!
Black History Month 2022: Self-Care with 5 Girls Write Now Artists
This year’s theme for Black History Month is Mental Health and Wellness. During this time, we are reflecting on the role of self-care as a crucial part of activism, artistic creation and daily life. Join us in practicing self-love with 5 Black artists in the Girls Write Now community!
Celebrate Pride Month with Girls Write Now!
This June, we’re so proud to celebrate with our LGBTQ+ community by sharing stories, events, writing prompts and more that center queer joy!