Harvard Book Store's New Voices in Fiction series, presented with GrubStreet, invites hotly anticipated debut novelists to talk about their work and their writing process
February 16, 2016 | Colwill Brown
Madeline (Maddy) Whittier, seventeen-year-old protagonist of Everything, Everything, is allergic to, well, everything, and has never been outside. But that doesn’t stop her from vividly imagining the world and taking risks to experience more, just like being a brand new mom didn’t stop the book’s author, Nicola Yoon, from writing.
January 26, 2016 | Lisa Paige
New York Times bestselling author Kwame Alexander explains how there’s much more to the writing craft than setting words on a page. It isn’t just a job; it’s a lifestyle where artists give and receive inspiration in a thriving cycle that’s powerful enough to generate positive changes in the world.
January 8, 2016 | Eson Kim
Writer and educator Jennifer De Leon has had a very good year: in the same summer, her story "Home Movie" was selected as the Boston Book Festival's One City, One Story, and she was named the Associates of the Boston Public Library's Children's Writer-in-Residence for 2015 to work on her novel, Volar. A long-time Grub student turned instructor, Jennifer received a scholarship in 2013 to attend GrubStreet's Launch Lab program, through which she created a platform for her anthology, Wise Latinas: Writers on Higher Education (University of Nebraska Press, 2014), now in its third ...
December 11, 2015 | Colwill Brown
Louise Miller, author of The City Baker's Guide to Country Living (Pamela Dorman Books/Viking/Penguin, August 2016), received a scholarship in 2012 to attend GrubStreet's Novel Incubator Program, where she worked on the final revisions of the novel, before signing with an agent and an editor she met through the Muse and the Marketplace Conference