Between a dedicated community lounge, café seating, and cozy writing nooks, the new GrubStreet has ample space to kick back, work on your novel, or connect with the community. These spaces are designed to be flexible and accessible for all community members, including those who use mobility devices. To learn more and support the launch of the new GrubStreet, click here.
The new GrubStreet has seven bright and spacious classrooms. Every classroom features a screen, microphones, speakers, and cameras to facilitate remote learning. Two of the classrooms also include assistive listening technology, providing more accessibility for students who are low hearing. Before we open, we hope to be able to install that technology in the remaining classrooms as well as the stage area. To learn more and support the launch of the new GrubStreet, click here.
Did you know that the new GrubStreet will be home to Boston’s only stage devoted to the literary arts? We’re so excited for all the events we’ll be able to host from the stage – including performances from our teen writers, book launches, and Muse-style craft talks all year round. It will be a home for artistic collaboration, creation, and programming across genres
In the August 2021 edition of "Best of Boston," we bring you our top Boston lit events this month, taking place virtually. See below for our list of local literary happenings.
Tuesday, August 3rd at 6:30PM ET | Event Fee: $0
Join GrubStreet student Elizabeth de Veer for the launch of her debut novel, The Ocean in Winter. Elizabeth will be joined in conversation by best-selling author and longtime Grub instructor Jenna Blum. This event is free and open to all, hosted on Crowdcast. Register here.