Who?

Where?

Where?

Writers of all levels of experience. Open to all LGBTQ+ and Allies who want to use the written word to create, connect, and build community.

Where?

Where?

Where?

Virtually for now! 


In person gatherings coming soon - check back for more information.

When?

Where?

When?

 Every 3rd Thursday  from 6:30 - 8:30 PM
 

○ Call in Number: 929-205-6099
○ Meeting ID: 992-7058-5107
○ Join URL: https://zoom.us/j/99270585107

In This Group We:

  • Welcome ALL writers (defined here as anyone who identifies as a writer or would like to become one).
  • Welcome folx from ALL backgrounds and writing styles; individuality and authenticity are encouraged. 
  •  Treat each other with honor and respect.
  • Acknowledge all sharing is voluntary; saying no to sharing is 100% accepted without pressure. 
  •  Ask if people are seeking feedback before responding to a shared piece.
  • Hold space for those who just wish to share; saying no to feedback is 100% accepted without pressure.
  •  Provide feedback to those who request it in an affirming, uplifting, and appropriate way. 
  • Keep the feedback focused on the writing, not the writer. 
  • Celebrate creative curiosity and experimentation.
  • Respect the confidentiality of the group; what happens here stays here.
  • Honor the authenticity of writing; we do not share writing that someone else has written.

Meet the Facilitator

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Seth Nikolai Wolfe

Seth Nikolai Wolfe, also known as Niko,

 is a self-identifying queer individual who finds joy in the ordinary. They are currently studying micro-sociology with a focus on communication and education. While teaching is their main goal and passion, they have experience in the restaurant industry, PrEP and PEP advocacy, transgender topics, and martial arts. In addition to these various occupations and academic pursuits, Niko is also a writer, poet, and self-taught artist. They are continually in the practice of redefining and re-examining who they are and what they believe without judgement, and by radical self acceptance, 

hope to give others permission to do the same.