Grub Street News
Welcome to the latest installment of the Grub Street Rag, a newsletter of the Boston literary scene brought to you every Monday from the August echo chamber at Grub Street's World Headquarters. As always, if you are receiving this email in horror, please advance to the bottom of the page to unsubscribe yourself.
Open Houses next week
On Mondays for the rest of the fall, the Daily will be featuring posts by our fabulous crew of interns, all of whom are hard at work on their writing when they’re not at Grub doing data entry or some other equally sexy task. So without further ado, here’s an introduction to our fall interns.
Originally from southeastern PA, Shannon lives in the Boston area where she attends the Creative Writing Poetry MFA program at Emerson College. She is a co-curator for the Graduate Reading Series, and a poetry reader and book reviewer for Ploughshares ...
By Shyela Malani
This week concludes my time as a summer intern at Grub Street. Yes, it has been great, but as a business student, I have the pressure of justifying my experience here as something more than just enjoyment; internships are supposed to teach you a valuable set of skills that will contribute to your career goals in a practical way
We hoped you enjoyed getting to know us last week in our debut blog post. (If it meant getting recognized an hour later in the elevator up to the fourth floor by a grub-daily reader, having an “almost-famous” moment was worth the sweat.)
This week we’re getting a little more anonymous. Have you ever heard of the site called post-secret.com? If not, we suggest you put down your pen for a second and check it out
Editor's Note: On Mondays for the rest of the summer, the Daily will be featuring posts by our fabulous crew of interns, all of whom are hard at work on their writing when they're not at Grub doing data entry or some other equally sexy task.
Hey Grubbies! We’d like to
formally informally introduce ourselves as this summer’s Grub Street interns. We hope you enjoy getting to know a little bit about us here on the blog