Business Bootcamp Partner Organizations The Authors Guild Foundation proudly partners with writers’ organizations across the United States. Share on Twitter (opens in a new tab) on Facebook (opens in a new tab) on Linkedin (opens in a new tab) via email Our partners provide resources and camaraderie to writers in various communities and genres, and we work together to develop programming that supports authors with education in the business of writing. Asian American Writers’ Workshop The Asian American Writers’ Workshop is dedicated to publishing and amplifying Asian American literary culture. Since our founding in 1991, we have worked to cultivate a radically inclusive community of Asian and Asian diasporic writers and readers to mobilize for a more just future. Blue Stoop Blue Stoop nurtures an inclusive literary community by creating pathways to access writing education, inspiration, and professional support, and celebrating Philadelphia’s rich writing tradition. Blue Stoop envisions a radically inclusive literary community where Philadelphia readers and writers are thriving and supported. Broadleaf Writers Association Broadleaf’s mission is to enrich and advance the craft of writing for all writers through education, inspiration, and community The Carnegie Center for Literacy & Learning The Carnegie Center for Literacy & Learning empowers people to explore and express their voices through imaginative learning and the literary arts. The Harlem Writers Guild The Harlem Writers Guild is dedicated to presenting the experiences of people of the African Diaspora through the written word. Institute of American Indian Arts IAIA’s mission is to empower creativity and leadership in Native arts and cultures through higher education, lifelong learning, and outreach Las Musas Las Musas is a collective of Latinx women and otherwise marginalized people whose gender identity aligns with femininity, writing and/or illustrating in traditional children’s literature. Their mission is to spotlight the new contributions of Las Musas in the evolving canon of children’s literature and celebrate the diversity of voice, experience, and power in our communities. Latinx Kidlit Book Festival The Latinx Kidlit Book Festival is a virtual celebration of Latinx kidlit authors, illustrators, and books for all students, educators and book lovers everywhere. The festival will open its virtual doors from December 9-10, 2021, and present two free days of panels, craft sessions and illustrator draw-offs with your favorite Latinx authors and illustrators of picture books, middle grade, young adult, graphic novel, comic books and poetry. The sessions are geared towards all schools, educators, students and book lovers, not just those identifying as Latinx. Everyone is welcome! Nuyorican Poets Café Since 1973, the Nuyorican Poets Café has served as a home for groundbreaking works of poetry, spoken word, music, theater and visual arts. A multicultural, multi-arts institution, the Cafe champions the use of spoken word and poetry to empower Black, Latinx, immigrant, indigenous and LGBTQIA+ artists.