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Queens Writers Fellowship News

by Zora O'Neill on December 26, 2012

In late summer, I spread the word that the Queens Writers Fellowship–aka office space in my house–was opening up, and I needed a steady partner to come slave away next to me all fall while I finished a draft of my book. Part of the treat of offering up the QWF is seeing who turns […]


Queens Writers Fellowship: Fall 2012

by Zora O'Neill on September 7, 2012

Are you a writer in New York City? Even better, are you a writer in western Queens? I’d love to host you at my house, for the Fall 2012 Queens Writers Fellowship.


Queens Writers News

by Zora O'Neill on May 25, 2011

Just a quick note to say hello/temporary good-bye to Jeff Orlick, the man, the myth, the legend. You might know him from the various Queens food events he organizes–Roosevelt Ave street-food crawls, five-borough pizza tours and the phenomenal Flushing Mall Grazing Experience a few months back. (The FluMaGraExp was the realization of mine and Peter’s […]

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Queens Writers News

by Zora O'Neill on May 2, 2011

Sniff. The lovely Heather Hughes, the first Queens Writers Fellow, has left us, gone on to graduate from her yoga program and is now conquering things left and right and having champers poured for her. No one deserves a drink more than she. She had this to say after she left the upstairs desk: When […]