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Grubbie Debut: Boyah J. Farah, author of American Made Me a Black Man, in conversation with Eve Bridburg

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Porter Square Books and GrubStreet are delighted to present the latest installment of the Grubbie Debut series featuring Boyah J. Farah, author of America Made Me a Black Man, in conversation with GrubStreet executive director Eve Bridburg

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Applications for the Emerging Writer Fellowship are OPEN!

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The Emerging Writer Fellowship aims to develop new, exciting voices by providing three writers per year tuition-free access to GrubStreet’s classes and Muse & the Marketplace conference series. Over the course of one year, each Emerging Writer Fellow will attend a combination of seminars and multi-week courses of their choosing, along with a wide selection of Muse & The Marketplace programming, in order to enhance their understanding of craft and the publishing industry.

To learn more, see below and also check out, “My Big Debt to GrubStreet? Grub is Compass and Lifesaver,” by first-time Emerging Fellowship recipient, …

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NEW! Workplace Writing Program

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Want to bring the same fun, artistic experience of a GrubStreet class to your office? We're excited to launch our new workplace writing program for organizations in-person or remote. 

No matter where you work, it's no secret that storytelling is a vital tool for business growth

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Next Chapters: John McClure (Novel Incubator)

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This post was originally published on Dead Darlings, a blog about novel writing run by alumni of GrubStreet's Novel Incubator program.

 

Next Chapters is a biweekly feature spotlighting graduates of GrubStreet’s Novel Incubator program, which has been running since 2010. You can check out the rest of the series here.

Novel Incubator Year: 9

Current Project: There Is No Bear on Our Lake, literary fiction

 

Suzanne Hegland: What writers have most influenced your writing?   

John McClure:

Margaret Atwood, for unflinching insight, reckless imagination, killer zingers, and patience.

Jesse Ball, …

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Apply to an Advanced Workshop! Short Story Publishing Intensive for BIPOC Writers & Advanced Poetry Workshop

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Ready to take your writing to the next level, but not sure you're ready for a months-long intensive? Try one of our 10-week advanced workshops! These classes are limited to 9 students to foster a closer and more rigorous learning experience.

 

Short Story Publishing Intensive for BIPOC Writers

(Online: Zoom) with Rolando Lopez (applications due February 6th)

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