Write Flow’s First Public Reading of Works In Progress at Coqui Mexicano


Come join us for this wonderful experience at Coqui Mexicano tomorrow.   More information about Write Flow coming soon!

This Saturday, April 16 at 3 pm


a Public Reading of WORKS IN PROGRESS by

Write Flow
~ a creative writing workshop for women of color ~

Women in the workshop will read a selection of their writing.

Writing exercises (prompts) will be woven into the afternoon with the opportunity for audience members to share their creations.

Bring your pens, journals, instruments, voices, bodies and all positive energy…we are truly going to create a rhythm all our own, unique to the moment! 
And YES, if you play an instrument don’t be shy. We want you to jam w us! 
There are congas at Coqui Mexicano – you know what’s up! 😉 (ya tu sabes!)

Coqui Mexicano has an awesome menu. Bring your appetites! Diego is sure to delight your palate! 

Bring your own wine or beer if you wish!

(If you have a folding chair, you might want to bring that too. We expect the place to be full!)

COQUI MEXCIANO is at 871 Third Avenue at Brook Avenue in the Bronx.


Write Flow’s Upcoming Workshops

The first session was an AWESOME SUCCESS and we are on to session TWO

Saturdays April 23 – May 28 ::: 11a-1:30p
(no workshop May 21)

Thursdays April 28- May 26 ::: 11:15a-1:45p

for more information





thank you.

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Ed García Conde

Ed García Conde is a life-long Bronxite who spends his time documenting the people, places, and things that make the borough a special place in the hopes of dispelling the negative stereotypes associated with The Bronx. His writings are often cited by mainstream media and is often consulted for his expertise on the borough's rich history.