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Tell-All Boston: Silence, Madness, Secrets, and Apologies, 6/10

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Join us and Boston Book Festival’s Lit Crawl for an all new virtual Tell-All Boston event this Thursday, June 10th at 8:00pm ETbrought to you by alumni of GrubStreet’s Memoir Incubator and Essay Incubator.

 

The theme of the evening is Tell-All Boston: Silence, Madness, Secrets, and Apologies, featuring local authors Michelle Bowdler (Is Rape A Crime?—A Memoir, An Investigation, and a Manifesto), Sebastian Stuart (What Wasn’t I Thinking?—A Memoir of Rebellion, Madness and My Mother), E. Dolores Johnson (Say I’m Dead: A Family Memoir of Race, Secrets, and ...

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June Online Classes

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Our June online classes are finally here! Online classes are flexible in schedule, with most classes having no set meeting time, so you can learn whenever works best for you. Dig into dynamic craft lessons, inspiring prompts and assignments, compelling, diverse readings, helpful peer and instructor feedback, and more through our interactive and super easy-to-use platform, Wet Ink. 

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Summer 2021 Multi-Week Classes are Here

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Summer 2021 multi-week classes have finally arrived!

 

As we continue to operate remotely during the pandemic and prepare for the completion and launch of our new home, all summer 2021 "in-person" classes will continue to be held remotely via video conferencing. We remain so grateful to you for showing up online to support the GrubStreet community and your own writing.

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Application Deadline Extended to Monday, 5/31

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The application deadline for the following Advanced Workshops has been extended to Monday, May 31st:

 

 

Our advanced workshops are limited to 9 students to foster a closer and more rigorous learning experience. Don't wait – apply today!

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New Voices in Fiction: Linda Rui Feng, 6/1

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Tuesday, June 1st, 2021, at 7:00 PM

Harvard Book Store and GrubStreet welcome Linda Rui Feng — acclaimed writer and professor of Chinese cultural history at the University of Toronto — for a discussion of her debut novel, Swimming Back to Trout River. She will be joined in conversation by Weike Wang, author of the award-winning novel ChemistryFor more details and to register, click here.

 

About Swimming Back to Trout River

In the summer of 1986, in a small Chinese village, ten-year-old Junie receives a momentous letter from her parents, who had left for ...

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