GrubStreet's new Writing to Heal Program is an intensive 6-month program designed to give nonfiction students a deep dive into how the writing process can serve as a healing tool for adversity and trauma.
By Katrin Schumann
For those of you reading this who haven't yet published your first book, I'm sure you've dreamed about your book launch. You'll have thought about whether to go big or small, have it at a bookstore, in an event space, bar or library, and who you hope might turn up (maybe even local media!).
There are a lot of misconceptions out there about launches - both the launch event itself and the "book tour" that happens afterwards. They're a bit like the three martini lunch which used to be common practice and underwritten by your ...
July 1, 2020 | Katrin Schumann
From revision frameworks to creating craft goals, Short Story Incubator alum Jennifer Marie Donahue writes about how the program challenged and changed her writing life. Applications for the 2020-2021 Short Story Incubator are due Monday, July 27th
GrubStreet has decided to hold all summer 2020 in-person classes remotely via Zoom video conferencing. To see the full list of all our steps in response to Covid-19, including updates about our space and events click here.
Access for Students Living With a Disability and Students Who Are Caregivers to People Living With a Disability
In an effort to support students who are living with a disability and students who are caregivers to people living with a disability, GrubStreet is happy to provide several scholarships and merit awards in 2020 in the following categories below:
Access for Students Living With a Disability: