New GrubStreet instructor Shubha Sunder reflects about the value of workshop, and how it's complemented by the solitude of the writing process. Catch Shubha in the classroom teaching Fiction II starting January 12th.
December 22, 2016 | Shubha Sunder
By the time I’d get my poems back…I could see them in a new way, maybe like children getting off the bus from their first day of school. – Kay Ryan
Sometimes, when we pick our poems up, they come sprinting into our arms and we can’t tell if they are overjoyed to see us or if we are rescuing them from the cruelties of the playground.
October 12, 2016 | Ben Berman
After taking a Jumpstart Your Novel course with us last term, Nicole Boudreau was inspired to share what she learned in class, how it changed her perspective as a writer, and why she'll be back at Grub soon. She kindly let us re-post it on GrubWrites. Thanks, Nicole! We're still blushing.This essay was originally posted on Nicole Boudreau's blog, Novel Excuses.
September 20, 2016 | Info
In advance of our inaugural Short Story Incubator program, instructor Ron MacLean explains what fiction writers can get out of six-months intensive study, describes his ideal Incubator student, and lays out the program's "ruthless and joyous focus on taking stories from workshop good to publishable."
June 28, 2016 | Info
Only a week after its May 3rd publication, Pamela Wechsler’s first novel, Mission Hill, has garnered praise from Publisher’s Weekly, The Washington Post, Associated Press, and many other sources