Join us online for GrubStreet’s 2021 literary showcase and fundraiser. We can’t wait to celebrate with you at Boston’s annual bookish party. Your participation helps to increase access to arts education for teens and adults in our community.
A cocktail-worthy evening, featuring:
We’re thrilled to introduce GrubStreet’s 2021-2022 Teaching Fellows: Simone Dalton and Crystal Valentine.
Last year, we announced plans to launch a new year-long Teaching Fellowship program to provide financial and professional development support to two self-identified Black writers interested in teaching classes, participating in events, and working with our instructors and staff to deepen our curriculum.
We could not be more excited to congratulate and welcome Simone and Crystal, two brilliant, generous writers and educators. We hope this Fellowship will be a transformative and fun year, and we’re looking forward to seeing them around GrubStreet as they work on their ...
GrubStreet's Writing to Heal Program is an intensive program designed to give nonfiction students a deep dive into how the writing process can serve as a healing tool for adversity and trauma.
Founder and Executive Director Eve Bridburg introduces GrubStreet's cultural equity report and shares the story behind our ongoing work to pursue diversity, equity, inclusivity, and belonging (DEIB)
Summer is officially here! And you know what that means: it’s time to get writing. If you want to keep up with your writing while catching rays, we’ve got good news for you: our new batch of online classes have no live meetings! That means you can log in and learn from anywhere: the beach (don’t get sunscreen on your keyboard), a hammock in your backyard, under a willow tree at your local park, the teacup ride at Disneyland (we are not liable for any motion sickness that may result from this suggestion).