The Surviving the Mic Writing Workshop series is designed for survivors of sexual harm. The two-hour workshop will present written and/or performance work that explores the experience, impact and nuances of sexual harm, offer participants a chance to craft new work and a mini-salon at the end of each workshop for the participants to present their work.
Monthly, in-person writing workshops are generously supported by The Network and hosted by The Honeycomb Network, located at 2659 W. Division Street, Chicago, IL, 60622. Each workshop is free and open to anyone above the age of 18. The workshops take place the second Thursday of every month, from 6-8pm. Workshops are LGBTQIAA friendly and affirming and accessible to folks who have difficulty navigating stairs or use a wheelchair. For other types of accommodation, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monthly, virtual writing workshops are generously supported by the Chicago Alliance Against Sexual Exploitation and happen the third Thursday of every month, from 3-5pm via Zoom. Those interested in participating can register here.
All workshops are supported by an Illinois state-certified crisis counselor.