Our Amazing Sponsors
Pixelberry Studios is a mobile game development company that entertains while making a difference through meaningful story-driven narratives. Pixelberry uses emotion and different life experiences to facilitate learning through play and promote understanding and awareness in a safe environment. They actively seek to hire game writers, editors, and developers from diverse backgrounds, so be sure to check their openings and apply.
OGI Eyewear is an innovative leader in bold eyewear fashion, offering value, convenience and a steady flow of imaginative eyewear styles that unite fashion with commercial appeal. OGI Eyewear is centered on community and small business and is committed to creating new eyewear designs that stay ahead of the trends. Visit their website at ogieyewear.com or click the logo for a direct link.
WordWiser Ink LLC is a Black-owned and operated boutique editorial services firm specializing in copyediting and proofreading fiction, nonfiction, digital content, business, technical, and other documents. Founded by multi-award-winning editor, Tia Ross, WordWiser editors have more than 60 years of combined editing experience working with Big 5 publishers including HarperCollins, Hatchette Book Group, Amistad, Workman, Random House, Strivers Row, and Simon & Schuster, small publishers, presses, independent authors, corporations and nonprofit organizations. We appreciate WordWiser Ink for lending editorial support to all public-facing content on BlackWriters.org and sponsorship of Black Writers in-person events.
S. Rénā + Co. Editorial Boutique, LLC is a Black-owned and operated editorial services provider specializing in developmental editing, line editing, ghostwriting, and book coaching. Our clients can be found working regular day jobs or featured on Facebook’s Red Table Talk with Jada Pinkett Smith. Founded by multi-award-winning editor, Shaundale Rénā, clients range from indie to traditionally published authors with both fiction and nonfiction titles released under Adams Media (a subsidiary of Simon and Schuster), Lake Union Press (a subsidiary of Amazon Publishing), KN Literary, and Authors Who, amongst corporations serving in Diversity, Equity, & Inclusion (DEI).
Established in 2021, FiBs (short for Fiction Books) is a storytelling platform where writers can share their work and pique the interests of industry professionals. The goal of the platform is to match aspiring authors with aspiring editors and literary agents. Editors and agents gain industry experience while authors get to take advantage of discounted editing services and network while building their brands and gaining readers. Readers also have free access to works posted on the platform. Subscribers can chat and discuss stories, follow others, and provide feedback.
Black Writers Collective extends our deepest gratitude and thanks to each of our sponsors for their generous financial support.