IN OUR WORDS
Read more about our June CHAPTERS here, written by Senior Program Coordinator, Emily Yost.
GIRLS WRITE NOW READERS
Winkie Ma, Coconut Jelly; Karina Martinez, Home; Tasnim Tarannum, Slowly And Then All At Once; Jackie Eke, Nigeria; Kiana Jackson, Society, Society-What Do You See?; Diamond Abreau, Times Are Changing; Cathioska Rodriguez & Kate Mulley, A Cat With Nine Lives; Brittney Nanton, I’m Sorry; Jadaida Glover, 16th Street Church Bombing; Grace Han & Christina Tesoro, With Love and Solidarity; Rahat Huda, All Kinds of Kinds; Aliyah Simon-Felix, Kitchen Talk; Kayla Glemaud, From Hope to Healing; Ana Prieto & Julia Rubin, Two Sides Of The Same Friend & Conceptual; Meek Thomas, Tired God; Rachel Aghanwa, Them Skinny Jeans; Diana Romero & Jan Alexander, Hot Seat; Soledad Aguilar-Colon, Mi Tierra; Jaela Vaughn, Dear Mr. White Privilege; Laura Rose Cardona, Demonic Angels; Regina Fontanelli, Ides of March For A Girl Named May
- SABRINA PERSAUD is a first-year mentee at Girls Write Now. She is a sophomore at Richard R. Green High School of Teaching. She has had a passion for reading and writing since a very young age. Her works include poetry, short stories, and realistic fiction. She strives to speak her truth through her writing. As a young writer, Sabrina hopes she can get her voice out and connect with others.
- STACIE EVANS writes fiction, essays, and poetry. She also writes and draws Adventures in Racism, a series of essays in comics form. Stacie has studied writing at the City College of New York and is a four-time alum of the VONA Voices writing workshops for writers of color. She is currently studying to be an Undoing Racism workshop facilitator. She chairs the Board of Directors of WE LEARN, an organization dedicated to promoting women’s literacy as a tool for empowerment, equity, and social justice. Her work has appeared in New South, The Powder Room, After Ferguson, JustNoMore, two practitioner anthologies from Information Age Publishing, and Bitch Magazine. She writes online at girlgriot.wordpress.com, “if you want kin, you must plant kin…”