Insights & Advice

  • Social Media Etiquette 101: The Social Part

    August 1, 2015

    By NYWW Faculty Member Lisa L. Kirchner Social media etiquette might sound like an oxymoron, but nowhere is the need to mind manners more potentially advantageous. As writers we might feel most comfortable dispensing our wisdom from behind the safety of our computer screens. Social media may have given us the sense we could do this […]

    keep reading »

Featured Book

  • Tomlinson_Tim_COV

    Yolanda: An Oral History in Verse, by Tim Tomlinson

    August 5, 2015

    Tim Tomlinson’s Yolanda: An Oral History in Verse will appear in October, 2015. It’s in pre-sale now, and can be ordered at Finishing Line Press.  Here’s what advance readers have said:   Each work in Tomlinson’s Yolanda stands like a bare tree in a devastated landscape, starkly beautiful.  At once oral history and found poem, Tomlinson’s […]

    keep reading »


Our instructors lead classes and workshops for all levels, across a range of genres, through the JCC in Manhattan, the New York Public Library, online, and at other venues in New York City, nationwide, and abroad. Learn more.


New York Writers Workshop hosts three-day Pitch Conferences in New York City for writers of Non-Fiction and Fiction. Each Conference is offered twice a year, in the Spring and Fall. Learn more.

News & Updates

The Authors Guild Summer Rate Special — The Authors Guild has long served as the collective voice of American authors on Capitol Hill,…more »

Pitch Conference Success News | pitch conference publishing south australian writers — Our first ever Adelaide Pitch Conference was a terrific success that exceeded all expectations. Out…more »

Our academic/literary migrants KRIPOTKIN By Alfred A. Yuson (The Philippine Star) — Our academic/literary migrants KRIPOTKIN By Alfred A. Yuson (The Philippine Star) Deedle and Tim Tomlinson,…more »

Join us at the next Trumpet Fiction Reading every second Saturday at KGB.