Fighting Words at NYPL

Fighting Words at NYPL

Fighting Words

Fighting Words is a creative writing centre, established by Roddy Doyle and Sean Love, inspired by 826 Valencia in San Francisco. Fighting Words helps students of all ages to develop their writing skills and to explore their love of writing.

 They provide story-telling fieldtrips for primary school groups, creative writing workshops for secondary students, and seminars, workshops and tutoring for adults. All tutoring is free.

Fighting Words at NYPL

Fighting Words, the creative writing school based in Dublin, comes to New York Public Library to work with young adults and adult literacy students in two locations in Manhattan (10 Mulberry Street ) and the Bronx (Morris Park Branch, 985 Morris Park Avenue). Volunteers – Irish writers and artists – will work with students in a workshop setting.

On Tuesday, May 24 at 4pm, a public workshop with Fighting Words volunteers, as well as with writers Colum McCann, Paul Muldoon and other special guests, will take place at Morris Park Library in the Bronx.

Locations & Dates

Start Date – End Date

985 Morris Park Avenue, Bronx, NY 10462

May 24 – May 24

2085 Honeywell Avenue, Bronx, NY 10460

May 25 – May 25