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3 Reasons Why You (Yes YOU), Should Apply for the Emerging Writer Fellowship

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The deadline to apply for GrubStreet’s 2021 Emerging Writer Fellowship is fast approaching on February 22nd, 2021. Eson Kim, GrubStreet’s Director of Community & Youth Programs, explains why you (yes YOU) should apply today (yes TODAY). 

Eson Kim

Grub News

Welcome Our YAWP Working in the Arts Fellows! 

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Every year, hundreds of talented teen writers participate in our Young Adult Writers Program (YAWP). Many of them are ideal candidates for jobs in the literary arts, yet paid internships and fellowships that offer direct industry experience can be hard to find. GrubStreet wanted to create more career development pathways for passionate and capable teens--an investment in a stronger literary landscape now and in the future.  

GrubStreet’s Working in the Arts Summer Fellows will be vital parts of our summer season program team ...

Eson Kim

Grub News

What Makes a Good Workshop Citizen?

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Writers often say that the workshop experience is crucial in developing their art. Creating a vibrant and productive workshop is not a matter of luck — there are things we can all do to be better workshop citizens. For this special edition of Sound Skeins, we asked a selection of the dedicated writers, authors, and instructors in our community what we should all be doing to ensure we become valuable, productive, and responsible members of any writing class

May 23, 2019 | Eson Kim

The Workshop

What’s Your Type?

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Typewriters seem to be making a comeback, especially among writers and artists. Eson Kim talks to author Richard Polt, Typewriter Guru Tom Furrier, and The Boston Typewriter Orchestra to explore the tenacious hold that typewriters have on creative spirits everywhere.

May 29, 2015 | Eson Kim

The Writing Life

Don’t Ride the Guilt Train

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It’s easy for aspiring writers to feel guilty about writing less during the holidays or other busy times. But wallowing in guilt is counter-productive. Eson Kim speaks with Peter Murphy (Founder of Murphy Writing at Richard Stockton College), Sari Boren (Writer and GrubStreet Instructor), and Katrin Schumann (Author and Editor) about and shaping the right mindset to be more balanced in our writing lives.

January 9, 2015 | Eson Kim

Craft Advice