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Upcoming Seaport Seminars and Events

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Ready to step back into the classroom? Join us for an in-person seminar or event! In our new building, proof of vaccination against COVID-19 will be required for everyone visiting the second floor, where all classes will be held. Please submit your proof of vaccination here at least 48 hours before your class beginsAnd don’t forget your mask!

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Join Us for Our In-Person Novel Incubator Open House & Info Session on 12/8

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Interested in taking your novel to the next level? If so, GrubStreet’s competitive and affordable MFA-level Novel Incubator is for you. Over 12 months, writers will revise their novels, study the novel form, and gain a thoughtful introduction to the publishing world. For most of the 12-month program, students meet in three-hour workshops on Monday evenings at GrubStreet HQ

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November Online Classes

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These holiday to-do lists are starting to stretch as long as CVS receipts! But have no fear, our online classes are flexible enough to fit in between pumpkin carving and early gift-shopping. With no live meetings, you can log in and learn from anywhere using our interactive and super easy-to-use platform, Wet Ink!

Here’s what’s coming up this November:

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Apply to the Spring 2022 Novel Generator

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Ready to write the first draft of your novel? GrubStreet’s Novel Generator is a 9-month program designed to help students at all levels complete the first drafts of their novels.

Writing a first draft is a very different process from revising a finished draft. A writer working on their first draft is discovering the answers to the most basic questions about their novel as they writes: Who are these people

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An Update for the GrubStreet Community

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Last Updated: 10.16.21

Dear GrubStreet Community,

Since the recent New York Times Magazine article "Who is the Bad Art Friend?" was published, we've heard from many of you. I want to acknowledge that this is a very challenging moment for many writers in our community and for GrubStreet as an organization.

Since our founding, we have sought to be an inclusive space for writers where everyone feels welcomed and respected. I want to assure everyone who is part of our community that our organization will honestly reckon with any ways in which we’ve fallen short ...

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