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Reflections of a Newborn Grubbie

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I come to Grub Street to write, to exploit the first membership perk: “access to Grub's daytime community space and library.”  Like most writers, I suffer the age-old challenge of finding a writing nest that sings—or rather, one that makes me sing.  I’ve done my coffee-shop time, and while they’ll always be part of my workspace cocktail, coffee shops grow stale if they’re the only ingredient.
 
My cat likes it if I work at home, and laundry, unmopped floors, and dirty dishes don’t distract me as much as they probably should.  What’s difficult is getting ...
January 6, 2015 | Diane Sundstrom

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Happily Ever After Indeed: A Grub Success Story

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Long, long ago in a United Kingdom far away, a thirteen-year-old girl (a thoroughly unpleasant age for all involved) prepared for a weeklong skiing holiday in Austria (as you do). She asked her mother, who was staying behind in London (already giddy with the prospect of solitude and books, books, books):

     “What will you DO while we’re away?”

July 31, 2014 | Ellen Herrick

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Grub Street's August member of the month is Sari Boren. Sari has been a dedicated member for seven years, and was kind enough to answer our questions below.  Thank you, Sari! It's been fun getting to know you. 

- The Grub Staff

 

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I was born and raised on the Jersey Shore before its reputation was ruined by those bozos from Staten Island

August 6, 2012 | Info

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