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This Saturday: YAWP Free Saturday Sessions

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Our first round of FREE YAWP Saturday Sessions for Fall 2021 are coming in hot! Join us this Saturday, whether you're interested in writing sci-fi & fantasy, putting your joy down on the page, or using nature as a metaphor. These sessions are free Boston-area high schoolers. Note: All YAWP Saturdays in Fall 2021 will be held remotely on Zoom. Click here for more information.

 

September 18th:

 

Dream It, Write It…Lightspeed! Science Fiction & Fantasy
Asata Radcliffe
Saturday, September 18th from 12:00pm - 3:00pm
via Zoom

Have you ever dreamed of creating fantasy realms or writing ...

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2 Weeks Until Lit Up 2021!

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T-14 days until Lit Up 2021, and we couldn't be more excited! We could all use a celebration right now. Your participation in this online event will celebrate our multicultural community of writers and increase equitable access to writing and publishing opportunities. Join us online on September 29th at 7:30pm and you’ll get to enjoy:

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October Online Classes

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Spooky season is right around the corner! Get ready for ghosts, pumpkins, and scary good classes from GrubStreet. If the Zoom fatigue is getting too real, our online classes are the answer—they have no live meetings. That means you can log in and learn from anywhere using our interactive and super easy-to-use platform, Wet Ink. You can go apple-picking, carve pumpkins, and put the finishing touches on the costume of all costumes and still have time for an online class!


Here’s we have coming up this October:

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Applications Due Tonight: Advanced Poetry & Essay Workshops

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Applications for our Advanced Poetry Workshop with Crystal Valentine and Advanced Essay Workshop with Theresa Okokon are due TONIGHT by 11:59pm

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Final Drive: The Campaign for the New GrubStreet

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Will you join the final drive to complete our shared literary home? The goal was $8 million. Now, after three years and a huge outpouring of help from community members like you, we have only $40,000 to go to complete a welcoming literary home that will belong to you – and to all the writers and readers who want to share their imaginations and experiences.

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