Tyece Wilkins understands the power of raw words, real women, and raised voices. She is the storyteller behind Twenties Unscripted and author of Twenties Unscripted: A Journey of Womanhood, Writing, and Relativity. Her artistic mission is to cultivate work that sparks women to connect to the best, bravest and boldest parts of themselves.

Tyece began chronicling her twenty-something journey on Twenties Unscripted in 2012. The blog has evolved and expanded since then, receiving accolades along the way including the 2013 Black Weblog Award for Best Personal Blog and the 2015 Black Weblog Award for Best Writing in a Blog. Tyece has contributed to several online publications and has also spoken at various blogging conferences including Blogalicious, Blogger Week, and BlogU.

Tyece’s art extends beyond writing. She is also a spoken word artist who has curated several artistic projects including a three-year run of her annual art and performance show “See. Speak. Feel.” a six-part multimedia series entitled “ The War on Black Women’s Bodies” and “Love Me Well,” a multimedia series aimed at celebrating and elevating black love.

Tyece earned a bachelor’s degree in communications from the University of Maryland. In tandem with her creative journey, she is devoted to a full-time corporate communications career. Tyece currently resides in the D.C. metro area where she is working on her second book, set to be released in 2018.

Contact Tyece at

Twitter: @tyunscripted • Facebook: Twenties Unscripted • Instagram: tyunscripted

3 Replies to “Bio”

  1. Tyece,

    I hardly ever peruse personal blogs, but after stumbling accross everything EnJ onto yours, I can say that I am glad that I did! Your words are identical to most of my thoughts, and to be honest…that’s quite comforting. Thank you for being obedient to your calling. Thank you for understanding without knowing. Peace & light.

    Be blessed.

    Ebony P.

  2. HI Tyece!

    My name is Yolanda and I am so inspired by your writings. I have always been a voice on paper with so much to say about so many things and wanted to know how to get started with blogging. My question for you is where do I begin?

    Your help to get my foot in the door with being a heard voice and not a word voice would be great. If you lead me there, I’m walking the rest of the steps. Your help is deeply appreciated. My email address is

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