It’s like a writer’s colony! On 14th St.!

Tired of those rejection slips from Yaddo and McDowell? Know The New Yorker would publish you if only you had a soothing place to create surrounded by other Serious Writer types? Exit the train at Union Square and walk right into Paragraph.

Membership fees vary, but Paragraph provides a valuable service to the Serious Writer. It eliminates the following excuses:

I have nowhere to work

No one uses workshop as a verb like I do

I can only experience artistic struggle sprawled on a comfy chair in a quiet room

Applications are online. We imagine this is what grad school is like. But cheaper.

Publish or Perish: Paragraph