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November Short Classes

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In the crush of the holiday season, it can be difficult to find time to write. Carve out time for yourself with one of our November short classes! These three-hour sessions hone in on a single aspect of the writing process or the writing life. Whether you want to try writing outside of your lane, plan your novel, or explore writing YA, we've got a class for you!

As always, scholarships are available for all of the offerings below:

November 5th & 6th

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Letter From The GrubStreet Board To The Community

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Dear GrubStreet Community,
 
We would like to acknowledge that the past week has been difficult for many in our community. The New York Times piece published last Tuesday has generated a wide range of opinions, questions, emotions, and concerns.

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"Can the Seaport’s new literary hub make the district feel less standoffish?"

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The Boston Globe asks: "Can the Seaport’s new literary hub make the district feel less standoffish?" We think so! Read the full piece here to learn more about GrubStreet’s new home with Porter Square Books and Mass Poetry in the Seaport. 

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Grubbie Debut: Michelle Bowdler with Lacy Crawford, 10/12

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Join Porter Square Books and Grubstreet on October 12th at 7PM (ET) for the latest installment of the Grubbie Debuts series, featuring GrubStreet Memoir incubee Michelle Bowdler for the paperback release of her debut memoir, Is Rape a Crime?: A Memoir, an Investigation, and a ManifestoMichelle will be joined in conversation by  Lacy Crawford, author of Notes on a Silencing, A New York Times Editors’ Choice and Notable Book. The conversation will focus primarily on the craft of memoir writing. This event is free and open to all, hosted on Crowdcast.  ...

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Apply for a Scholarship to Muse 2022!

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Need financial assistance to make it to the Muse? Scholarship applications for Muse 2022 are open from now through Monday, November 8, 2021!

We offer need-based Tuition Scholarships to cover 50% of a Muse registration (or $140 off a $279 general admission ticket) and 50% of any in-person events you choose to sign up for, once these are announced in early 2022. You can apply to as many categories as you qualify for: 

  • Financial Assistance Scholarships

  • BIPOC Writer Scholarships

  • LGBTQ+ Writer Scholarships

  • Scholarships for Writers Living With a Disability

  • Literary Champion Scholarships

  • Non-Traditional Writer Scholarships ...

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