Teen writers, the wait is over! Apply now for the Summer Teen Fellowship 2022.
This free, three-week creative writing program is open for incoming 9th-12th graders in the greater Boston area and will be taking place on Mondays through Fridays, July 11th - July 29th, 2022.
Through classes, workshops, and readings, teen writers will generate new work, learn about the craft of writing, and gain knowledge of the writing/publishing world. In the spirit of writers' residencies for adults, each student will receive a stipend of $625 for their commitment to the program and their time spent as working writers.
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In the February 2022 edition of "Best of Boston," we bring you our top Boston lit events this month, most taking place virtually. See below for our list of local literary happenings.
Tuesday, February 1st at 6:00 PM ET | Event Fee: $0 - $45
Registration for the Muse & the Marketplace 2022 national writing conference is open NOW!
Taking place Wednesday, April 27, through Sunday, May 1, this year’s Muse will be held as a hybrid conference, combining the best of last year's virtual event with in-person gatherings to network, connect, and learn. That means all sessions on craft and publishing will take place virtually, as they did in 2021, while parties, events, and other gatherings will take place in-person in Boston, in accordance with the most current public health guidelines.
Keep an eye on our website over the next few …
The Muse & the Marketplace 2022: Our First Hybrid Conference is here! The conference will feature 70+ sessions on craft and publishing from top authors and industry professionals, plus the opportunity to meet literary agents or editors for direct manuscript feedback. Registration is open to GrubStreet members starting today, and open to all starting January 24th!
We're thrilled to announce GrubStreet's new Novel Immersive for LGBTQ+ Writers with instructor Milo Todd!
For LGBTQ+ writers, a lack of queer-focused guidance, support, and community in writing workshops can stifle or even stall progress for novels