Resources & Opportunities

Now hiring: Part-time creative writing instructor, Writopia Lab – $25-$45/hour for teaching; $15/hour for administrative tasks
posted February 5, 2023

Call for submissions for Hungry Shadow Press. Deadline: February 28, with an extended submission window until March 30 for writers from marginalized communities, stories about apocalypse ($0.03 per word, 1500 – 4000 words); creepy, horror vibe
posted February 5, 2023

Call for submissions for The Drift, “a magazine of culture and politics.” They pay! $2,000 for essays, $500 – $1,000 for short stories, $150 for poems, $25 for “Mentions”
posted February 5, 2023

Call for submissions for The Reservoir (a journal by Woodbine in Ridgewood, Queens): Send submissions, pitches, works of art and photography, and previously unpublished pieces to Theme: “Belief and the Communal” deadline: March 15
posted February 5, 2023

Hedgebrook Writers in Residency – funded residency in Washington State (for room and board, not for travel to & from)
posted February 5, 2023

MacDowell Fellowship, deadline February 10
posted February 5, 2023

Brooklyn Poets Reading Series, featuring: Brionne Janae, Joanna Fuhrman, Dawn Lundy Martin (in Brooklyn and on Zoom). February 10, 6:30 pm
posted February 5, 2023

Literary Activism Summit at Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture. February 25, 12 pm – 4 pm
posted February 5, 2023

Eve’s Editing Services : Whether it is a short story, poem, or novel, Eve is ready to edit! She will provide timely edits and well-crafted feedback at discounted rates! You can contact her at with inquiries. Please add “Editing” in the subject line.

Part-time content writer, ioby ($50/hour; 8-10 hours/month): Job posted January 22, 2023

Digital Production Editor, Environmental Defense Fund (salaried $83k minimum) Job posted January 22, 2023

Bloodletter Magazine. A quarterly magazine that pairs the personal with the analytical, exploring the theoretical underpinnings of the genre through an experiential perspective. All forms of writing are welcome. Due March 22 Residency posted January 22, 2023

Vermont Studio Center; funding/fellowships available for residencies Due Feb 15 2023 Residency posted January 22, 2023

Cranberry Lake Biological Station Indigenous Writer in Residency Due Feb 1 2023 Residency posted January 22, 2023

Paid book arts fellowship with Black Rock Press in Reno, NV. Due Jan. 30, 2023 Grants/Fellowships posted January 22, 2023

Wendy’s Subway Grand Re-Opening January 29, 12 PM–6 PM

Event posted January 22, 2023

Teach-In on the History of Abortion, Planned Parenthood

Abortion History Teach on Jan 11th at 8PM by one of our member’s, Leza. Register Here

posted January 3, 2023 Teach-In

Outpost 19 Open Call: Rooted Two: The Best New Arboreal Nonfiction

“Tree stuff has continued to enjoy the literary limelight, and a thicket of excellent arboreal essays have emerged in the last few years. Some of those published pieces will make their way to our next edition, but Outpost19 is mainly seeking original nonfiction—from lyric essays to reportage and everything in between—not to exceed 7000 words. Flash is welcome; Segments of memoirs that stand alone are welcome; Comics and graphic essays are welcome; Tree-related literary surprises are especially welcome.” Submit Here

posted December 11, 2022 submission


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posted September 29, 2022 resource

Impermanent Earth: Open Call

Seeking nonfiction, poetry, visual art, and audio work the themes of locality, neighborhood, and ecosystem. Deadline: October, 31 … Submit Here

posted September 29, 2022 submission

New York City Poetry Festival

Governors Island Saturday and Sunday, September 10 & 11 poetry all day! And there’s an open mic!
posted September 9, 2022


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posted June 3, 2022

Writing Workshop

Wendy’s Subway Workshop with Mirene Arsanios. Literally Work Dates: Wednesday, June 1–July 5
Time: 6:30pm–8pm EST (1.5 hours)
Capacity: 25 participants
Cost: $80-240 (Sliding scale $20-60/session)

posted June 3, 2022
online workshop

Editing services

Evette (a.k.a Eve) is a word enthusiast. Having once dreamed of being an interpreter, she now uses her passion for language to help others fine-tune their written voice by focusing on bringing clarity and organization to clients’ thoughts in a way that makes their true voice shine. She applies her experience as an avid reader, author, and poet, as well as her bachelor’s degree to propel her well-rounded, content-driven edits. 

Whether it is a short story, poem, or novel, Eve is ready to edit! She will provide timely edits and well-crafted feedback at discounted rates! You can contact her at with inquiries. Please add “Editing” in the subject line.

posted April 11, 2022

Call for submissions

From March 28th through April 18th (end of day), Ugly Duckling Presse’s Second Factory Journal is accepting submissions in the fields of Poetry, Prose, Nonfiction, and Visual Art. UDP pays a small honorarium to contributors. More information on can be found here.

posted April 11, 2022

Author talk/reading with Lisa Hsiao Chen & Eugene Lim

7:30 PM EST April 21 at Greenlight Bookstore in Brooklyn. A live in-person reading, discussion, and celebration of Lisa Hsiao Chen’s debut novel, Activities of Daily Living. More information on the Greenlight Bookstore website.

posted April 9, 2022

Seminar in Migration and Memory: Embodied Histories

3 – 5 PM EST on April 16 over Zoom. “Migration and Memory” addresses the function of cultural and geopolitical histories, memory, and kinship within Theresa Hak Kyung Cha’s work. Cha names and destabilizes notions of motherhood, familial debt and lineage, and the ruptures of migration as she traces her mother’s move through Manchuria, Korea, and the United States. More information on the Wendy’s Subway website.

posted April 9, 2022
online seminar

Author talk/reading with Chantal V. Johnson & Torrey Peters

7 PM EST on April 14 at the Center for Fiction in Brooklyn and over Zoom. More information on the Center for Fiction website.

posted April 5, 2021

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