We want YOU to tell us about your writing accomplishments in 2019.
Write your good news on a piece of paper and take a selfie with it. Post your picture using the hashtag #GrubWrites on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook, OR email your photo to [email protected] by November 29th and we'll include it in our year-end congratulations video!
Finding the right gift for the discerning reader or writer can be tricky, especially if you aren't sure what book to buy them because they may already be voracious readers and have read your book of choice. But you're in luck--I have ten fantastic possibilities for you to bring some holiday cheer to a storyteller or reader in your life! So without further adieu, let us count down the gifty possibilities. Some of them even include discounts just for Grub readers!
November 20, 2019 | Crystal King
Love to write but don't have anywhere to get feedback on your work? Want to meet fellow writers and work under the guidance of published authors? GrubStreet is here to help!
Drop by our Open House on Tuesday, December 3rd from 5:30-8:00pm for drinks, snacks, and the answers to your questions about all things GrubStreet
Harvard Book Store
Harvard Book Store and GrubStreet welcome local author Erin Eileen Almond for a discussion of her debut novel, Witches' Dance. She will be joined in conversation by her husband, bestselling writer and GrubStreet Instructor Steve Almond. Read more.
“The Best Part is When I'm alone in a Room and Something Magical Happens”: Erin Almond talks to Steve Almond
Read on for an interview with Erin Almond, author of the debut novel Witches’ Dance, faithfully conducted by her husband, author and GrubStreet instructor Steve Almond. Steve has taught at GrubStreet since 1998, and Erin has been taking classes here since 2002.
In anticipation of Erin Almond’s book launch at Harvard Book Store on Wednesday, November 20th, the two authors talk about how to get writing done as a parent, virtuosity in art, and how to handle rejection by separating the writing and the publishing aspects of your projects.
I love my wife’s new novel. But don’t take my word for it. Ramona Ausubel calls ...