MoonLit is an artist-led organization founded in 2017. Through accessible and engaging workshops and events, MoonLit creatively connects community in Washington, DC, Maryland, and Virginia. Learn more or be in touch at MoonLitDC.com.
Poet C. Thomas poses with his class
during a MoonLit workshop in Summer 2018.
Artwork by Killian Czuba.
MoonLit runs programming during two primary seasons each year: Fall (September-December) and Spring (March-June). During this time, our programming includes:
Creativity and Writing-Centric Workshops;
Literary Events, including:
Pop-Up and Virtual Events.
Seasonal Poetry Hikes;
A Yearly "Lit Crawl," with Barrelhouse Magazine;
Partnerships with local bookstores and cultural organizations;
Scholarships are available regardless of need or merit for all workshops, along with alternate payment methods/plans. To learn more or view our upcoming events, please visit us at MoonLitDC.com or find us on instagram. To request a scholarship, please email firstname.lastname@example.org. To learn on MoonLit's origin story and mission, check out these great articles and interviews:
District Fray Article on Virtual Workshops
Washington City Paper Article on the LGTBQ Literary Community
Article on 2019 DC Lit Crawl in DCTrending
Testimonial from Program Participant Stacey James McAdoo
Testimonial from MoonLit Teaching Artist Joi Donaldson
Interview with Fear No Lit
Please note: MoonLit is currently on hiatus due to the outbreak of COVID-19. We look forward to getting lit with you when health conditions allow. Until then, check out our website with information on virtual pop up events.