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The Writing Block

with Nikę Campbell

Facilitator: Nikę Campbell

The Writing Block is a six-week accountability workshop designed to assist writers in completing their short-term writing projects. The course provides a safe space for authors and poets to progress on their short stories, novel chapters, essays, poems, or scripts, while gaining writing tips and peer-to-peer feedback.

ONLINE SESSIONS

Saturdays from 10:30am - 12pm

  • June 15, June 22, June 29

  • July 6, July 13, July 20

$100 registration

*Registration fees are non-refundable

 

Facilitator: Nikę Campbell

Nikę Campbell is a Nigerian-American author, born in Lviv, Ukraine, and raised in Lagos, Nigeria. Her novels include the historical fiction, Thread of Gold Beads published (2012), which was adapted for stage in 2014. Saro, her second historical fiction published by Narrative Landscape Press (2022), was longlisted for the 2023 Chinua Achebe Prize for Literature. Her historical fiction manuscript landed as a finalist of the 2018 Red Hen Press Fiction Award. Campbell has also published a collection of short stories, including Bury Me Come Sunday Afternoon (2016), with two of the included stories having been adapted to award-winning short films. Her short story, “Silent Passenger,” published in the Black Diaspora anthology (2024), won second place for the African Diaspora Award. Nikę currently lives in Florida, USA with her family.

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TESTIMONIALS

from past registrants

 

"Having my work read by many different eyes gave me feedback and insight to things [in my work] that were engaging, but also to things that might be missing or improved."

"I felt determined to meet my deadlines and goals, as I would share my progress amongst my peers. I also became inspired as we workshopped different assignments, to test our writing skills."

"I learned to follow a plan and stick to it."

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