Willow Curry

Creative Writer & Narrative Strategist

A native of Houston, Texas, I'm a journalist, creative writer, and narrative strategist. I'm a contributing writer for the soon-to-be-launched Ontario-based magazine kaur.space, and I've previously written for the online magazine VocaLady and the blog of the Houston-based arts education nonprofit Writers in the Schools. My narrative strategy work includes managing publicity, grant proposals, marketing strategy, and web & social media copy for local and national advocacy campaigns and non-profit organizations.

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News, Features, & Commentary


What "Cat Person" Taught Me About Fictive Truth, the Potential of Fiction, and The Future of The...

When I decided to become a writer, spurred on in my junior year of high school by my hard-nosed but absolutely encouraging AP English Language teacher as well as If You Want to...

Writers in the Schools Houston

Meta-Four Houston Celebrates 10th Year

At 7 p.m. on Sunday, half an hour before the Meta-Four Houston vs. Houston VIP Send-Off Slam was set to begin, the performance space at Midtown Arts & Theater Center Houston...

Writers in the Schools Houston

#RethinkHighSchool: An Open Forum

Empowering youth voices is at the core of our mission at WITS. That's why we partnered with XQ America and Brave New Voices to bring the Rethink High School campaign to Houston,...


Can Women and Men Be Friends, or Does the Patriarchy Part Get in the Way?

This International Women's Day, as well as the first annual Day Without Women, I'm thinking about the yet-to-be-resolved problem that women and femme-identified people have in...


The Bravery and Peril of Unapologetic Queerness

Since the sun rose this morning, I've been trying to figure out what to say about the attack in Orlando. I've always shied away from talking directly about senseless tragedy and...


A Foolproof, 100% Money-Back Guaranteed Guide to Achieving Your Writerly Dreams

If I had to use one word to characterize the period in my life between 2015 and 2016, it would be unexpected. I didn't expect to develop health problems that forced me to opt...


Feminist Mags You Should Be Reading Right Now

Here at VocaLady, we're all about women in media. It's our raison d'être, our modus operandi, our...you get the picture. And for good reason. As we've highlighted before, the...


The Cult (and Myth) of True Womanhood

It's been a few weeks since the controversy over Kim Kardashian-West's latest Internet-breaking splash: nude selfies posted on Twitter. However, if the references to her act as...


Standing Your Ground Without the Guilt

Recently, a female friend of mine told me something that I found difficult to wrap my mind around: her boyfriend of several months had been using a timer whenever they hung out...


Intersectional Feminism: It's All In the Name

I love the website Everyday Feminism. I discovered it almost a year ago, directed there by links my friends would post to Facebook, and after about the third visit, I realized...

Narrative Development & Strategy


Writers in the Schools Communications & Content Strategy: A Multimedia, Multi-Platform Approach...

In order to truly evaluate the functionality, usability, and user experience of the WITS website - the three key elements of website design - the WITS web redesign team would...

WITS Houston

Compassion is Action: A Multicultural Celebration & Flood Recovery Event

A diverse group of artists and speakers from the Houston Metroplex work together to share diverse perspectives and raise awareness of intersectional justice in our communities.



On Nov 9th, 1000 millennials took the streets for justice on race, climate, immigration. Together, we've built a powerful new alliance across movements - the kind we need to...