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Spring Advanced Workshops: Applications due 1/9!

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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. Apply for one of our advanced workshops before the deadline on Monday, January 9th

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Porter Square Books Staff Picks: January 2023

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Porter Square Books: Boston Edition, located on the first floor of GrubStreet's Center for Creative Writing, is open and ready to fulfill all of your book-browsing desires! Staff Picks are 20% off, so you can add to your TBR pile guilt-free. Whether you want to read a haunted house tale, a puzzlebox of a book, or a beautiful fable about a boy with shrinking parents, PSB has a pick for you. We're located on the southeast side of 50 Liberty, facing the Marina and the ICA. Come visit!

 

 

How Far the Light …

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NEW! Short Story Publishing Intensive for BIPOC Writers

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The Short Story Publishing Intensive for BIPOC Writers is a capstone workshop is for BIPOC writers of various intersectional identities who have previous workshop experience, as well as a short story that has been extensively revised. This workshop will help BIPOC writers navigate the publishing side of writing, which has historically marginalized the voices of BIPOC writers.

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Dept. of Congrats: December 2022 Community Successes

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Every month, we celebrate successes of all stripes! In December, Grubbies were published in literary journals across the country, won awards and prizes, published books, and so much more. Our community closed December 2022 out with 37 publications, four awards and prizes, two fellowships, and more

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Interview with Kitty Zeldis, Author of 'The Dressmakers of Prospect Heights'

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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.

 

The Dressmakers of Prospect Heights is a mesmerizing historical novel about three women in 1920s New York City and the secrets they hold. Hailed as a haunting meditation on the bonds between mothers and daughters Kitty Zeldis, the author, throws her readers into historic New York City and New Orleans with such attention to detail that she makes us feel like we are right there with her characters.

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