Wed, Dec 15 | New York

Land of Milk & Honey: A Reading by the Redeemed Writers Group

The Redeemed Writers Group invites you to join us for an IN PERSON evening of readings to help us all reflect on where we’ve come from and where we’re headed. We believe the best is yet to come. Wine and light refreshments will be served and proof of vaccination will be checked upon entry.
Land of Milk & Honey: A Reading by the Redeemed Writers Group

Time & Location

Dec 15, 7:00 PM EST
New York, 150 W 83rd St, New York, NY 10024, USA

About the event

The Redeemed Writers Group invites you to an evening of readings on the theme of 'the Land of Milk and Honey.'

About this event

We are exiles. Wanderers. We are seeking a good and spacious land. A land flowing with milk and honey.

The Redeemed Writers Group invites you to join us for an evening of readings to help us all reflect on where we’ve come from and where we’re headed. We believe the best is yet to come.

Wine and light refreshments will be served and proof of vaccination will be checked upon entry. Guests without proof of vaccination must keep their masks on inside W83 at all times.

About the Redeemed Writers Group

The Redeemed Writers Group crafts words to be light in a dark space, wildflowers breaking through cracks in the pavement, water to thirsty souls. The group seeks the flourishing of New York City and the world, the group has been meeting monthly for over a decade. Comprised of 200+ professional and aspiring writers of every genre, attendees come seeking:​

• Spirit-filled and Spirit-led community

• Feedback on their works in progress

• Resources to support their professional pursuits.

Within the group, there are art critics, biographers, children’s book authors, comedians, copywriters, devotional writers, editors, essayists, graphic novelists, horror writers, journalists, memoirists, novelists, playwrights, podcast hosts, poets, screenwriters, social media managers, songwriters, and teachers. Some are hobbyists who write for their own enjoyment and edification, while others are award-winning writers who have appeared at legendary arts institutions around New York, including the Bowery Poetry Club, Don’t Tell Mama, the Nuyorican Poets Café, the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, and the 92nd St. Y.

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