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Porter Square Books Staff Picks: February 2023
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 about two exes on their accidental journey into the shady underbelly of Las Vegas, the deep psychological and emotional bond between two best friends, or a thrilling novel and a lecture on slasher lore, PSB has a pick for you. We're located on the southeast side of 50 Liberty, facing …
GrubStreet's Submitathon is BACK!
GrubStreet's Submitathon is back and we are so excited!
Spend an evening submitting work in any genre, talking about submitting work, thinking about where to publish your work, answering your questions about submitting work, and then submitting more of your own work. Drop in when it’s convenient for you, bring your polished pieces and get ready to make this boring, lonely, secretarial task into a party. No workshopping, no revision, just submitting all your finished pieces so they are all out at magazines you admire
February 1, 2023 | Info
Education Director Dariel Suarez Named Artistic Director of GrubStreet
We're excited to announce that Dariel Suarez, GrubStreet’s current Education Director, has been promoted to Artistic Director.
An advocate for access in the literary arts and a talented author of the novel The Playwright's House and the story collection A Kind of Solitude, Dariel Suarez has been a vital part of GrubStreet's staff since first joining in 2016 as the Head of Faculty & Curriculum
Dept. of Congrats: January 2023 Community Successes
Every month, we celebrate successes of all stripes! In January, Grubbies were published in literary journals across the country, won awards and prizes, published books, and so much more. Our community is closing January 2022 out with 43 publications, seven book publications, and two awards & prizes
Apply to an Advanced Workshop! Short Story Publishing Intensive for BIPOC Writers & Advanced Poetry Workshop
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.
Short Story Publishing Intensive for BIPOC Writers
(Online: Zoom) with Rolando Lopez (applications due February 6th)