Art and culture, our stories and our fantasies, are a crucial part of our lives.
As a continuing part of our Fire & Ink Presents! series of events, we are thrilled to announce a unique skills-building workshop for writers from all genres: Writing with Passion, Power & Purpose Renaissance M Street Hotel 1143 New Hampshire, NW Washington, DC , 20037 Admission: $20 1
Carry the Word: A Bibliography of Black LGBTQ BooksCompiled by Steven G. Fullwood, Reginald Harris and Lisa C. MooreEdited by Steven G. Fullwood and Lisa C. Moore.
Fire & Ink at DC Black Pride! Join authors reading from their new work: Laurinda Brown (Walk Like a Man), Michael-Christopher (From Top to Bottom), Doug Cooper-Spencer (This Place of Men), Wyatt Evans (Nothing Can Tear Us Apart), Clarence J.
Well, a computer glitch wiped out this website this weekend. We’ve got everything back up now (and looking better than ever), but we lost the comments that people had posted over the last year. So if you commented, sorry we lost your note.
In our archives, saved here is the program book from the 2002 Fire and Ink Writers Festival, September 19–25, held in Chicago.
At the 2002 Writers Festival, Thomas Glave gave a keynote address that we’ve archived here so you can continue to read it and enjoy.