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Apply for the Emerging Writer Fellowship

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GrubStreet's 2020 Emerging Writer Fellowship application is now open! Click here to apply.

 

The Emerging Writer Fellowship aims to develop new, exciting voices by providing two writers per year tuition-free access to GrubStreet’s classes and Muse & the Marketplace conferences

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Apply to the Novel Incubator

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Ready to get your novel out into the world? If so, GrubStreet’s competitive and affordable MFA-level course is for you. Over 12 months, writers will revise their novels, study the novel form, and gain a thoughtful introduction to the publishing world.

Applications for the 2020-2021 Novel Incubator with instructor Michelle Hoover are now open. Click here to apply! Applications are due February 14th, 2020, by 11:59PM EST.

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GrubStreet is Closed (Dec 23rd - Jan 1st)

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The GrubStreet office will be closed for the holidays from Monday, December 23rd through Wednesday, January 1st and will reopen on Thursday, January 2nd. We look forward to connecting with you then!

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Holiday Book Recommendations from GrubStreet's Write Down the Street Team

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We think that some of the best moments of the holidays are the ones where we share stories. With that in mind, our Write Down the Street team have each chosen a book that inspired them this year and that they hope to share with you. They recommend these titles as gifts to yourself or to your friends, family, and community members, and hope they inspire joy, laughter, reflection, and writing in your lives.

Ana Sofia Amieva-Wang

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"Reparative Writing Should Be Risky": Jess Row talks to Dariel Suarez

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Author of A Kind of Solitude and GrubStreet’s Director of Core Programs and Faculty, Dariel Suarez, recently interviewed author Jess Row about his new book White Flights: Race, Fiction, and the American Imagination, a collection of essays on whiteness in American fiction and culture from the end of the civil rights movement to the present.

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