Get to know writer, playwright, and Wordcrafters instructorJeany Van Meltebeke Snider in this quick Q&A. We sent her a plethora of questions about her writing, influences, and creative self. Find out which questions she answered, and what…
Do you want to share your work at an open mic but are slightly terrified about it? Learn how to overcome your anxiety with these compassionate tips.
Who is memoirist and author Valerie Ihsan? Discover what she likes writing the least in this Q&A.
Who is sports poet Sandra Marchetti? Discover her deepest writing secrets in this Q&A.
What makes Wordcrafters instructor (and Adult and Community Programs Lead) Leah Velez tick? Find out in this Q&A with them.
Have you tried to write a story and had it not feel quite right? Do you worry you sound fake or phony? You might be struggling to find your voice.
Get to know your Wordcrafters instructors. We offered Sarina a slew of questions to choose from. Here’s what she chose to answer, as well as some of her own she decided we needed to know the answers…
Self-care for creative people can be a challenge–especially in a fast-paced world where your talents aren’t always recognized or valued. What is real self-care?
You never know what will happen when a group of young writers creates a poem together. Find out what happened in this Write Club for Youth.
Oct 11 | Rainbow Reads discusses Thirteens by Alice Kate Marshall.
Ever wondered what happens when you get a bunch of word lovers together in a room with coffee, chocolate, and a plethora of board games?
Write Club for Youth is a monthly workshop with a different instructor and different writing topic at each meeting. Here’s what happened during the 2022-23 school year.
Wordcrafters receives $8,000 grant to expand writing residencies for marginalized communities
Get Back to School with a Spectacularly Spooky Story of Unlikely Friendships and the Griefs of Growing Up
Sept 13 | Rainbow Reads discusses September’s book, Séance Tea Party by Reimena Lee.
Fuel for the Fire: Lane Arts Council Grant Funds Wordcrafters and Minority Voices Theatre Collaboration
Wordcrafters receives a $2,500 Community Arts Project grant to bring stories to life in performance, on Dec. 10
Aug 9. Rainbow Reads discusses August’s book, Her Royal Highness by Rachel Hawkins