Welcome to Gather, a community for writers seeking to reignite their passion for the craft and make enduring connections with fellow writers. Gather with like-minded creatives during our weekly generative writing sessions, immersive craft workshops, and lively open mic nights.

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What happens in Gather?

  • Weekly Sunday morning gathers. A creative writing prompt, ample generative writing time, and sharing.
  • Access to an exclusive members-only community with open forums for sharing and peer feedback.
  • Open mic nights to share your work and celebrate others.
  • Bonus craft workshops with distinguished guest teachers and speakers.
  • Weekly curated playlists of writing music!

Who is at the table?

Poets, multi-genre writers, essayists. Whether you're just dipping your toes into the world of writing, or you've been doing this for lifetimes, there's room for you at the table.

We're students of words—dedicated to learning and improving, making magic, and connecting with our people.

Join the waitlist!

We are currently full. Our next 8-week writing table runs from March 30th - May 19th.

Join the waitlist to get an early invite by email.

$24/week USD - 8-week commitment.

  • "The Ins and Outs of Submitting to Lit Mags" with Karan Kapoor - April 4, 2024 7-8pm EST

    Karan Kapoor is the Editor-in-Chief of ONLY POEMS. Originally from New Delhi, they have many years of experience in publishing, design, and editing. A finalist for the Diode, Tusculum Review, and Iron Horse Literary Review chapbook prizes, their poems appear in AGNI, Shenandoah, Colorado Review, Cincinnati Review, North American Review, The Margins, Rattle and elsewhere. Their poetry has been honored with the Red Wheelbarrow Prize, James Hearst Poetry Prize, and Bellevue Literary Review Poetry Prize, and more. Their fiction appears in JOYLAND and the other side of hope, and translations in The Offing and The Los Angeles Review. They are an MFA candidate at Virginia Tech.

  • Craft Workshop with John Elizabeth Stintzi - April 24, 2024 7-8:30pm EST

    John Elizabeth Stintzi is a writer, cartoonist, and editor who grew up on a cattle farm in northwestern Ontario. Their work has been awarded the 2019 RBC Bronwen Wallace Award for Emerging Writers, TheMalahat Review’s 2019 Long Poem Prize, the Sator New Works Award, and has been shortlisted for the Amazon Canada First Novel Award and the Raymond Souster Award. JES is the author of the novels My Volcano (longlisted for the Brooklyn Public Library’s Book Prize for fiction, and named a book of the year by Kirkus Reviews and the New York Public Library) and Vanishing Monuments, the poetry collection Junebat, and their forthcoming collection of stories Bad Houses (Fall 2024). They are also at work illustrating their first graphic novel: Automaton Deactivation Bureau.

  • Tortured Poet's Party - date TBA

    For lovers of Taylor Swift, an event dedicated to celebrating the release of her new album (which was obviously created for all of us poets!). Games, readings, special guests, prizes, laughs and more to be announced. Woot!