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Every month, we celebrate successes of all stripes! This month, Grubbies were published in literary journals across the country, won awards and prizes, secured book deals, and so much more. Our community is closing March 2023 out with forty-eight publications, eight awards and prizes, two book deals, and five book publications! Let us celebrate you: submit your good news to GrubStreet’s Department of Congratulations.
The cover of Boston Writers of Color Member and Instructor Elizabeth Santiago’s debut young adult novel, The Moonlit Vine, was revealed by Lee and Low in partnership with Las Musas. The book …
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Check out our FREE YAWP Saturday Sessions for Spring 2023! These sessions are free for Boston-area high schoolers. Whether you need fresh ideas, a dedicated space to write, or just want to geek out about the written word with other writers, we're here for you or the teen writer in your life. Check below for more info about each of our upcoming sessions.
Come party with GrubStreet this summer in one of our *seventy-seven* new multi-week classes! BYOP (bring your own pen).
Cut loose (and get writing) with brand new online and in-person Summer 2023 multi-week classes, including Camp Camp: Summer LGBTQ+ Writing Group with Lauren Artiles, There's Only One Bed: Writing Romance with Marcella Haddad, The Art of Live Storytelling with Javed Razayee, and so much more.
Whether you join us online via Zoom or in-person at our Center for Creative Writing, we can't wait to write with you.
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The Memoir Incubator is a competitive and affordable MFA-level course, spanning 12 months, for ten memoir writers interested in drafting, developing or revising their memoir drafts, a comprehensive craft-based study of the memoir form, and, as appropriate, a thoughtful introduction to the memoir publishing market.
PSB: Boston Edition and GrubStreet are delighted to present the launch of The Hidden Life of Aster Kelly, the new novel from Katherine Sherbrooke. Rachel Barenbaum will join the author in conversation, and Katherine will be joined onstage for a special performance by Madigan Linnane, a Berklee College of Music student who has composed original music and lyrics to bring to life two fictional songs that appear in the novel