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Making Art Accessible to All

"Given how expensive participation can be ... there’s an uncomfortable truth in the idea that arts and culture is for those at the top."

GrubStreet Founder and Executive Director Eve Bridburg explains why we need to nurture all voices by leveling the playing field, and how the NEA's role in this is crucial

April 26, 2017 | GrubWrites

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Writerly Cultural Exchange Fund

Our Writerly Cultural Exchange Fund is founded on the values of unity and inclusivity. Help us support writers affected by the travel ban by making a donation today! We've raised $1,730 of our $5,000 goal so far, and we can't do this without you

April 17, 2017 | GrubWrites

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Who Are We When We’re At Home

On May 5th, GrubStreet will be hosting "Who Are We When We’re At Home: the Black Experience in Boston," a conversation about the experience of code/switching that's common to African Americans nationally but also particularly in greater Boston, featuring Renee Graham, Charles Coe, Kerri Greenidge, and Dr. Atyia Martin. Get tickets and find out more here

April 14, 2017 | GrubWrites

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Short Story Incubator Open House

Interested in taking your short fiction to the next level? Join us on May 30th for an informal Q&A session on our Short Story Incubator program

April 13, 2017 | GrubWrites

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Egleston Square Multi Starts Next Week!

Sign up for our FREE Write Down the Street six-week class, Crónicas y cuentos: a bilingual creative writing workshop with Denise Delgado at the Egleston Square BPL branch

April 12, 2017 | GrubWrites

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