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Poetry and Writer’s Club

Date/Time: June 22nd, 5:30 – 6:30 pm PST

Venue: Online through Zoom

Welcome to Ascendtials Poetry and Writer’s Club! You are about to embark on an exciting experiential journey, into critical consciousness, healing, and self-knowledge. These are all important for transformation and congratulate yourself for getting it done! These sessions are accompanied by a performing artist, who will share a piece to inspire you and getting your writing juices flowing. Expect to listen, learn, write, share and make change in your life! All submissions of writings can be published if submitted by the submission date. This date is usually the following Wednesday deadline after the Friday meeting date.

Become a member of our writing club and write with us. Join using this link. Upon confirmation, you will receive access to sign up for ongoing sessions and receive credit for those sessions.

As a member of the club, you will then have access to register for the sessions you want to attend by signing up for classes on this calendar link. Upon signup, you will have access to the Zoom meeting link and receive a calendar invitation and reminder of your upcoming session. To join future sessions, you’ll just need to sign up for the available sessions on the same schedule link here.

These sessions are an hour long, with a guest writer/presenter. These sessions are open to all. If you simply want to attend the session without becoming a member, you will be welcome. If you want to write and participate in the writing process, please join us as a member to receive the links above.

If you have any questions about our Poetry and Writing Club, please reach out to our Event Coordinator at

Writer’s Group for the BIPOC community

Date/Time: September 16th, Friday , 6pm PST

Venue: Through Slack

Adult’s group


Price: Free

Starting in August 2022, ASCENDtials will be launching a Writer’s Group for the BIPOC community. With the main objective of generating influential writers, the literature produced by this group will be published on various platforms to create change surrounding social justice issues. Our sessions will cover topics ranging from political representation to human rights in America, with writing prompts that focus on problematic structures that require our attention. Each of our four writer’s groups (teenagers, college students  and adults) will meet once a week on a digital platform to discuss, collaborate, and create.