Harlem Writers Guild (HWG) is the oldest organization of Harlem writers, originally established as the Harlem Writers Club in 1950.
By Eartha Watts-Hicks The Harlem Writers Guild is the oldest, continuously operating African American writers guild in the world.
Rémy Martin expands its time-honored tradition of celebrating the sounds of local communities by announcing, “Voices of Harlem” a partnership with the Harlem Writers Guild.
Listen to the Harlem Writers Guild + Harlem World Magazine At Home Reading Series is recorded live on BlogTalkradio.com.
Listen and subscribe from your mobile device: Via itunes podcasts I Via Youtube Listen to Harlem Writers Guild members celebrate their upcoming 70th anniversary in 2020 at the first annual Schomburg Literary Festival,
Rosa Cuthbert Guy, September 1, 1922 – June 3, 2012, was a Trinidad-born American writer who grew up in Harlem, New York.
John Oliver Killens, January 14, 1916 – October 27, 1987, was an American fiction writer from Georgia. His novels featured elements of African-American life.
Lonne Elder III, December 26, 1927 – June 11, 1996, was an American actor, playwright and screenwriter, and Harlem Writers Guild member.
By Marc W. Polite This past Thursday evening, the Harlem Writers Guild hosted an event at the Countee Cullen Library. Held in the auditorium “Voices of Poetry” was the first collaboration of the Harlem Writers Guild with the library.
Join the Harlem Writers Guild (since 1950) for their annual holiday schedule for 2013 of events throughout Harlem.
Harlem Stage (Artistic Director and CEO Patricia Cruz) makes tickets available for its 40th Anniversary Season on Tuesday, September 5, 2023.
by Eartha Watts-Hicks When Voza Rivers and the New Heritage Theatre Group brought Love Warrior to Harlem’s First Corinthian Baptist Church, located at 1912 Adam Clayton Powell Junior Boulevard.
By Eartha Watts Hicks Harlem “Writers” and those around the world are content creators in various formats and facets.
By Eartha Watts Hicks Londel’s Soul Food Restaurant in Harlem at 2620 Frederick Douglass Boulevard is an elegant showplace where the surrounding community savors the delectable menu of down-home Southern cuisine.
The Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture in Harlem will host its 5th Annual Literary Festival on Saturday, June 17th, 2023.