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Join the first virtual Tell-All Boston event on May 7th at 7:00pm, brought to you by alumni of GrubStreet’s Memoir Incubator and Essay Incubator (and co-sponsored by Porter Square Books). Maya Shanbhag Lang, author of What We Carry: A Memoir will be reading alongside featured readers including Susan McGee Bailey, Alicia Googins, Shirley Jones-Luke, and Linda K. Wertheimer. For more details and to register, visit the Tell-All Boston website.
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 first-ever Remote Open House on Thursday, April 23rd, for answers to your questions about all things GrubStreet
Just because we can't be together in-person, doesn't mean we can't still write together. That's why we're excited to present our first-ever online version of our popular April Vacation Week of Creative Writing for teens. Whether you’re working on your first novel or writing short stories, poetry, plays, or even fanfiction, this is an opportunity to improve your skills and learn about new forms.
From April 21st - 24th, you'll explore different genres and styles of writing with instructor KL Pereira. Each day will be filled with writing and reading exercises designed to get ...
In response to Covid-19, GrubStreet has been exploring new ways to keep our community connected and keep our writers going. This includes fully transitioning all of our classes and some events to remote video conferencing.
As we continue to experiment, we want to hear directly from you about what you want and need from GrubStreet during this time. So we’ve created this short, one-question community survey to give every grubbie the chance to share any ideas you might have about how to keep our community connected. This could include virtual open mics, virtual instructor office hours, virtual writing prompts ...
The April 2020 edition of "Writing Life Essentials," a monthly hand-curated list of contests, grants, scholarships, submissions calls, and awards, with a focus on opportunities that are local, free to apply, and/or committed to celebrating and supporting writers from historically marginalized communities. We do the research, so you have more time for what matters: the writing. Or, preparing April Fool’s jokes. That’s important too.