Established in 2000 as the Black Writers Reunion & Conference (BWRC), our events are known for engaging workshop presenters, outstanding topics, inspirational ambience, and professional organization. While we’ve never discriminated against participants of any race, whether as speakers or attendees, BWRC gained a following as the only touring conference with the added cultural bonus of being presented both by and for Black writers.

The last BWRC was held in 2012; however, through retreats, workshops, and seminars under the Black Writers Events brand, we continue our mission to educate, support, and motivate aspiring, emerging, and published writers.

BWE promotes and encourages artistic expression and growth through skill development in the art, craft, and business of creative writing in fiction, nonfiction, poetry, and drama as well as business and career endeavors in professional writing.

Through diverse educational programs, critiquing services, pitching sessions, writing contests, and awards, BWRC became firmly established as one of the preeminent writing and publishing conferences in the country. BWE brings together writers from around the world to hone their crafts, develop new skills, learn advanced techniques, boost confidence, earn recognition, make new friends and reconnect with old ones, gain new readers and fans, and share with each other the unique and unparalleled experiences that our events and the writing life have to offer.

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  • Inspiration

  • Education

  • Motivation

  • Empowerment


To educate, inspire, and empower aspiring, emerging, and published creative writers through memorable, high-quality programs to utilize their literary talents to make a difference in our community


Tia Ross

CEO and Director

Black Writers Events

Monica Blache


Black Writers Events


Communications Director Needed - Contact Us

Black Writers Events