For almost as long as we’ve been publishing, Exposition Review has hosted our free “Share Your Voice!” workshop for emerging writers with the ultimate goal of publishing their work. During the pandemic, this has taken place online, which has enabled us to expand our guests to include not only WriteGirl teens and alums but students… Continue reading Recap: WriteGirl and DREAMing Out Loud Writers Share Their Voices at Annual Workshop
When Exposition Review faced the option of potentially cancelling our annual WriteGirl “Share Your Voice!” workshop due to COVID-19 concerns, we decided instead to make the presentation virtual and host it entirely online via Zoom thanks to WriteGirl. The workshop started on Sunday morning, March 15, and taught mentees and alumni of WriteGirl about the… Continue reading Recap: Publishing Workshop with WriteGirl Goes Virtual
There are a few key events each year that Exposition Review editors look forward to; our annual launch party, getting tacos during our retreat weekend, and hosting our WriteGirl workshop at The Hatchery Press.
In 2017, Exposition Review had the pleasure of hosting our first seminar and interactive workshop for WriteGirl at The Hatchery. WriteGirl is a fantastic Los Angeles-based non-profit dedicated to mentoring young women and developing their creative writing skills as they progress through junior high and high school, while The Hatchery is a unique co-working space and community of writers in… Continue reading Recap: “Share Your Voice!” Seminar with WriteGirl and 826LA
WriteGirl has long been one of Exposition Review’s favorite creative writing non-profits. Not only does it help emerging authors develop their skills and receive invaluable mentorship, but given that Exposition Review is an all-female editorial team, we also love WriteGirl’s emphasis on empowering young women. Every year they work with over 500 girls throughout Los… Continue reading Recap: WriteGirl “Share Your Voice!” Seminar @ The Hatchery
In honor of #GivingTuesday, we’re waiving our submission fees on Tuesday, November 28, so you can donate your money or time to your favorite organizations. If you’re looking for suggestions, here are some of our favorite orgs we recommend donating your dollars to or getting involved with as a volunteer.
Vol. VIII: “Lines” explores connection. Between parents and children, artists and fans, friends and lovers, robots and humans. To one’s city and across borders. Via humor and through grief. The lines within this issue are both physical and metaphorical, and throughout—like on our cover specially designed by Kwasi Boyd-Bouldin—illustrate the moments when art intersects… Continue reading Vol. VIII: “Lines”
For the seventh edition of Exposition Review’s “Share Your Voice!” workshop, we got an itch and shook things up a bit for our annual event for emerging writers. As in previous years, we invited WriteGirl teens and alums and students from PEN America’s DREAMing Out Loud program to the free session with the ultimate goal… Continue reading Recap: ‘Share Your Voice!’ Workshop Collab with Mag 20/20
We are delighted to kick off another round of Flash 405 with a new prompt, “Tacky,” chosen by our own Krista Nave! Krista started her journey with Exposition Review as a participant in our annual “Share Your Voice!” publishing workshop and a contributor to our “Wonder” issue with her first published poem “Justice Favors Fortune.”… Continue reading Call for Entries: Flash 405, February 2023: “Tacky”
What should I read next? It’s a question we all ask ourselves time and again. Even with countless stories, poems, essays, scripts, art, comics, and films to discover, to fall in love with or to detest, it can be a challenge to choose. Enter Expo Recommends, a curated selection of readings brought to you by… Continue reading Expo Recommends: “Lines”