Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen

Annual Public Reading featured in Chelsea Now

In Uncategorized on September 2, 2016 at 2:33 pm

On August 25th, 2016 our readers gathered for our annual Public Reading at Holy Apostles Soup Kitchen where, just a few hours before, about 1000 meals were served to hungry and homeless New Yorkers. Like our daily meals, anyone is invited to attend the writers’ workshop: there is no proof of need, no qualifications required. Soup kitchen guests, volunteers and New Yorkers who’ve never stepped into a soup kitchen before gather around the writing table every week during the Fall, Winter and Spring, creating and sharing “Food for the Soul”: a literary fusion of eclectic form, taste, texture and tradition. The result is a collection of pieces we publish on this blog, and what can be found on the pages of our annual Food for the Soul anthology. The final culmination, but also an integral part of the writing process and development as a writer,  is the public reading.  chelseanow.com

was at last week’s events and wrote all about in this article:



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