Tag Archives: Jeremy Warneke

Intrepid After Hours with Voices From War – NOV 30th!

Register NOW for Voices From War at the Intrepid Sea, Air, & Space Museum – free registration on Eventbrite

#veterans     #MoreVoices  #NYC

PLUS … Don’t miss our other upcoming Voices From War EVENTS:

Two FALL-WINTER READINGS!

Veterans Day Weekend:  Saturday, NOVEMBER 10th, 3:00 pm

Voices From War at Lewis Latimer House Museum

     at Lewis Howard Latimer House Museum, 34-41 137th St., Queens, NY  11354

Free Registration on Eventbrite

______________

End-of-Season:  Saturday, DECEMBER 8th, 3:00 pm

The Craft of War Writing – Voices in the Bronx

    at Morris Park Public Library, 985 Morris Park Avenue, Bronx, NY  10462

 

We hope to see you soon at one of our upcoming events!

Facebook: @VoicesFromWar
Twitter: @voicesfromwar

TOMORROW! – Open House & Social – Join Voices From War this SATURDAY!

Fall OPEN HOUSE & SOCIAL

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 8th, 4:00-5:30 pm

14th Street Y, 344 East 14th St., NY, NY  10003

Let us know you’re coming…

RSVP  email: info@voicesfromwar.org

Dedicated instructors and an engaged community of veterans and family member/civilians.

Voices From War’s Fall REGISTRATION is OPEN!

Come check out our Fall workshops – work on your story (memoir, fiction, poetry) with fellow veterans…

More details below and on the workshops page.

__________

AND… Please SAVE the DATES!

A Voices From War READING at

The Latimer House Museum (Queens)

Saturday, NOVEMBER 10th, 3:00 pm

and

Voices From War in the Bronx

The Craft of War Writing READING

at the Morris Park NYPL

Saturday, DECEMBER 8th, 3:00 pm

 

We look forward to seeing you soon!

 

Giving Tuesday – Giving Back: Thank You!

On this Giving Tuesday, we want to take a moment to thank all of those who give back through Voices From War year round, as well as those of you who are able to make a donation.

We rely upon passion and dedication from volunteers, our supporters, our participants, and our leadership and instructors, all of us giving to Voices From War because we see the power of veteran stories and community. Writing helps us to better understand, grapple with, and accept our experiences – each of us, as individuals – and writing brings us together. Writing bonds veterans with each other, and brings together veterans and civilians through the power of shared experience, narrative, and the conversations writing and reading generate.

We see this every week in the classroom, a dozen people around a table, and we see it in conversations online and offline. We see it in the interest of civilians in hearing from veterans; and we see the import of veteran stories shared, with not only those who already understand, but also those who might not yet. In the process, we find unexpected commonalities, alongside differences.

Event_Group_Photo_VOICES_FROM_WAR__11-21-15_(pic_Yana Kusayeva)
Voices From War (14th St Y) co-instructor Nate Bethea (back row, 3rd from left), next to Craft of War Writing instructor Jeremy Warneke (back, 2nd from left), along with participants at our Nov. 2015 public reading. (photo: Yana Kusayeva)

Thank you to all of our supporters and volunteers. Thank you to our fantastic instructors, Nate Bethea, with whom I’ve had the pleasure and good fortune of teaching alongside these past two years at the 14th Street Y, and Jeremy Warneke, who has become a powerful force teaching our Bronx collaboration, The Craft of War Writing.

 

We cannot do any of this without you – our participants and our supporters and our volunteers, our dedicated instructors, and our contributors.

 

Thank  you to our audience for giving your time and attention, and thank you for those who can make a donation to help support Voices From War’s ongoing programming!

#GivingTuesday

#morevoices

Your voices matter.

You can make a tax-deductible donation through our fiscal sponsor, Fractured Atlas.   Donate now!

And we hope to see you at our WINTER READING on DECEMBER 10th! Details on the Event page.

Thank you to Poets & Writers for helping to support our workshops, and for the chance to share part of my story and why I strive to give back through Voices From War.

Kara

https://www.pw.org/content/from_poets_writers_inc_28

You can also read Voices From War participant Mario Bonifacio‘s powerful essay “Finding Our Voice After War“on the Poets & Writers website:

http://www.pw.org/content/finding_our_voice_after_war?cmnt_all=1

krauze_kara__pw_backpage_nd_2016

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

thank_you_giving_tuesday_vfw__11-29-16__