We’re thrilled to introduce the 2021-2022 Emerging Writer Fellows: Andy Lopez, Tochukwu Okafor, and J.C. Rodriguez. Every year, GrubStreet awards the Emerging Writer Fellowship to three talented writers who demonstrate a passion and commitment to their writing
The Massachusetts Poetry Festival returns May 13-16, 2021.
The 2021 Festival will showcase an all-star roster of poets from across the Commonwealth and the country, including more than 50 events in total featuring well over 100+ poets. Headline poets include Victoria Chang, Jos Charles, Martín Espada, Tyehimba Jess, Patricia Spears Jones, Lang Leav, Khadijah Queen, Naomi Shihab Nye, Ariana Reines, Dara Wier, and more. You can learn more about these poets by going to their headliners page.
In addition to headline readings, panels, workshops and performances, this year’s Festival will include some past favorites, such as the State of ...
This post was originally published on Dead Darlings, a blog about novel writing run by alumni of GrubStreet's Novel Incubator program.
Leaving Coy’s Hill by Katherine Sherbrooke is based on the remarkable life of a little-known pioneering feminist and abolitionist Lucy Stone — the first woman in Massachusetts to earn a college degree, to keep her maiden name, and to fight for women’s rights. Sherbrooke’s beautifully written novel is a fascinating look at timeless issues — how we navigate motherhood and career, to marry or not, and how one fearless woman can spark change in the world. The story is ...
April 26, 2021 | Tracey Palmer
Next month, GrubStreet has new short classes coming your way. Whether you're looking to use images and metaphors as generative tools in your poetry, take your novel draft to the next level, or explore writing that speaks authentically to the immigrant experience, we've got a short class for you this May.
As always, scholarships are available for all of the offerings below: