Grants and Residencies for Writing Parents/Parenting Writers

 

GrubStreet Instructor, marketing consultant, writer, and mother of two, Allison Pottern Hoch knows how important support can be to fostering a creative life. She’ll be covering this topic and more in her class Writing Like a Parent, Parenting Like a Writer on July 20th, but until then read on to learn more about grants, scholarships, residencies and more for writers who are parents.

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Introducing Emerging Writer Fellow: Kevin Jiang

We’re thrilled to introduce Kevin Jiang, a recipient of the Emerging Writer Fellowship of 2019-2020. The Fellowship aims to develop new, exciting voices by providing two writers per year tuition-free access to Grub classes and Muse & the Marketplace conferences.

Kevin was born in Upstate New York and grew up in the Greater Boston area

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Introducing Emerging Writer Fellow: Ijeoma Nwabudike

We’re thrilled to introduce Ijeoma Nwabudike, a recipient of the Anita Shreve Emerging Writer Fellowship of 2019-2020. The Fellowship aims to develop new, exciting voices by providing two writers per year tuition-free access to Grub classes and Muse & the Marketplace conferences.

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February Top Picks: Opportunities for Writers

Check out our February 2019 edition of "Writing Life Essentials," a monthly hand-curated list of opportunities for writers. We do the research, so you have more time for what matters: the writing. Or, the eating the candies that will go on sale the day after Valentine’s Day. That matters, too.



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Meet a Grubbie: Joanna Kim

GrubStreet runs on coffee, printer ink, and community. This series features just some of the Grubbies who make our community strong. Meet Joanna Kim, the first-ever recipient of the Anita Shreve Emerging Writer Fellowship. The Fellowship aims to develop new, exciting voices by providing one writer per year tuition-free access to Grub classes and Muse & the Marketplace conferences.

 

What author, living or dead, would you most like to have dinner with and why?

Probably Flannery O’Connor! She masterfully addresses the human condition in her pieces, and she owned a farm of peacocks. How do you raise peacocks on a writer’s income ...

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