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Founder and Executive Director Eve Bridburg introduces GrubStreet's cultural equity report and shares the story behind our ongoing work to pursue diversity, equity, inclusivity, and belonging (DEIB)
GrubStreet’s annual gala Lit Up is going virtual this year on Wednesday, October 7th from 7:30pm - 8:15pm. Join us 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 left or right coast. In the ten years since I left publishing …
In anticipation of our move later this year, GrubStreet’s Founder and Executive Director Eve Bridburg shares an exciting update about GrubStreet’s new look and feel, including our new logo and color.
July 10, 2020 | Eve Bridburg
To help keep our spirits up and our words flowing, we're sharing special videos from GrubStreet's past. In this post, GrubStreet's Founder and Executive Director Eve Bridburg introduces Amanda Palmer's "Publish It Forward" talk from 2013. In addition to her talk, Palmer also performed two lovely songs for us that evening: "Ukulele Song" and “The Thing About Things."