Remote Learning and how you can stay on creative track

So, the New York Post just recently broke the news that De Blasio is considering maintaining remote learning for NYC schools in September. If this sends a chill of dread up your spine and raises lots of questions, fear not! Tired of winging it on the education front? Tired of guessing whether the study habits […]

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Welcome Brook!

We are thrilled to add Brook Yimer to our roster of fantastic volunteers! Brook will be producing our new IGTV channel! What?? Did we just let that slip? YES! Watch our Instagram feed for more exciting news about this! In the meantime, welcome Brook! Brook comes to us courtesy of a brand new partnership with […]

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We want to help

JUST ADDED: one hour talkback with Dr. Michelle Tichy, an educational psychologist with expertise in developmental and social psychology of the child – she can answer your questions about remote learning and how to balance this with your creative career. GET TICKETS NOW. Event is online on May 21, 8:30pm. If you are in dire […]

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Doing what we can – COVID19

Our programs are still very active! We will be running salons again as soon as it is feasible. We will NOT be shaking hands or throwing our arms around you or anything of the sort. We will take measures to help keep you all safe & healthy (as well as ourselves and our featured authors!) […]

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Don’t miss our last three Literary Salons!

The 2019-2020 season ends with three HUGE and amazing salons: MARCH 10 – THE BODY Three authors talk about all things body-related and how their writing relates to this fascinating topic – David Ebenbach, Kathy Curto, and Caroline Hagood are all multi-talented writers of various genres and all will be present and reading from new […]

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Keep writing – win $1000 Fellowship for Writing Parents!

One of our goals at Pen Parentis is to help inspire the creation of new writing at the earliest stages of parenthood — it is sometimes hard to find the motivation to put a pen to paper (or tired fingers to a keyboard) when you’ve had four hours of sleep and can expect no more […]

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