Register for the Young Writers’ Endeavor 2020!
YWE is a Baha’i-inspired writing workshop for youth between the ages of 12 and 18, taking place entirely online and for free! This year, we’ll be looking at POETRY, COMICS and SHORT STORIES, with a great team of facilitators (Hope Krummell, Noura Messing, Raji Scoggin, Jackson Jopling and myself) and an outstanding set of professional Baha’i writers (soon to be announced)!
To find out more and register, go to our website https://www.youngwriters.online/ We’re capping registration at 50 participants!
“The Most Important Thing We Fail to Do in Community Service” Nasim Mansuri at TEDxWPI
In April 2019, Nasim spoke at TEDxWPI, sharing stories and learnings from community service in Paraguay. She spoke about the attitudes that often hinder community service efforts, and explored how we can change our mentality to effect lasting change.
2019 Art-Poetry Pairing Exhibition:
Read two of Nasim’s latest poems When Moses is Born and Una Misma Raza based on art by Pam Siderewicz from the 2019 Art-Poetry Pairing show. The show ran at the Blackstone Public Library for the month of March 2019, and will run in the Millbury Barnes & Noble during the first week of April. Joining the Blackstone Valley Art Association artists are poets from the Sutton Writing Group and the Worcester Writers Collaborative. You can find the entire collection here. Watch Nasim and Pam recite the poem and explain the art:
Rewatchable: Agent Carter:
Nasim is now a regular at Rewatchable, a Hypable podcast where superfans and newbies get together to analyze every single episode of a cult classic, usually cancelled, that left an impact on the fandom world. Right now, Rewatchable is covering Agent Carter, a show that back in the day caused Nasim’s first “I wish I was a superhero” moment! Listen, subscribe and join the Rewatchable Rewinders Facebook group.