Want to stay connected to your writing this fall? Look no further than our new batch of October workshops. Whether you want to produce fresh work by tackling six stories in six weeks, make the blank page less scary by outlining your novel, or write a genre-bending memoir, we've got a remote workshop for you:
- Writing Transgender and Non-Binary Characters, starting October 1st
- 6 Weeks, 6 Stories, starting October 2nd
- Science Fiction and Fantasy: Remix!, starting October 3rd
- The Master's Tools Will Never Dismantle The Master's House: Political Poetry, starting October 7th
- The Novel Outline, starting ...
The October 2020 edition of "Writing Life Essentials" is a monthly hand-curated list of contests, grants, scholarships, submissions calls, and awards. We try to prioritize opportunities that are at least one of the following: local, free to apply, and/or committed to celebrating and supporting writers from historically marginalized communities
We value your opinion. Let us know how we're doing and what you'd like to see from us in the future in our annual community survey. This survey will take less than 5 minutes, and we promise to read every comment. Plus, if you take the survey before TOMORROW, October 1st, you can enter to win a free GrubStreet multi-week class! Complete the survey here.
“Be Patient with the Process”: Interview with Memoir Incubator Alum Michelle Bowdler About Her Book IS RAPE A CRIME?
Grubbie Kristen Paulson-Nguyen interviews fellow Memoir Incubator alum Michelle Bowdler about her memoir Is Rape a Crime? A Memoir, an Investigation, and a Manifesto, which was recently longlisted for the National Book Award for Nonfiction.
GrubStreet’s annual gala Lit Up is going virtual this year on Wednesday, October 7th from 7:30pm - 8:15pm. Join best-selling author and Grubby Award Winner Celeste Ng and comedian Bethany Van Delft to help amplify the stories and voices of Black writers and writers of color in Boston. Tickets for this year's online literary fundraiser will be on a "pay what you will" basis and are available here.
When I was a literary agent, it was unusual to meet editors who didn’t fit into all of the following categories: white, straight, middle or upper-middle class, ivy league-educated, and raised on either the ...