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GrubStreet's new Writing to Heal Program is an intensive 6-month program designed to give nonfiction students a deep dive into how the writing process can serve as a healing tool for adversity and trauma.
GrubStreet has decided to hold all summer 2020 in-person classes remotely via Zoom video conferencing. To see the full list of all our steps in response to Covid-19, including updates about our space and events click here.
Access for Students Living With a Disability and Students Who Are Caregivers to People Living With a Disability
In an effort to support students who are living with a disability and students who are caregivers to people living with a disability, GrubStreet is happy to provide several scholarships and merit awards in 2020 in the following categories below:
Access for Students Living With a Disability:
To help keep our spirits up and our words flowing, we're sharing Muse and the Marketplace keynote talks and special event videos from GrubStreet's past in a series called "From the Grub Archive." This week, we're sharing the Writers of Color Roundtable from the 2016 Muse and the Marketplace Conference.
Juneteenth is tomorrow, Friday, June 19th. There are many ways to observe Juneteenth, the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the United States, so we’ve compiled a list of Juneteenth events happening virtually here in the Greater Boston area. As the fight for equity and justice continues, we hope this list provides some resources to commemorate this vital day in history and celebrate the contributions, writing, art, and experiences of Black Americans.