We're excited to share a jam-packed update on the status of GrubStreet's new center, a preview of what we've got planned this fall at the space, and the Covid-19 safeguards and policies we're putting in place to protect our community as we begin to slowly open our doors and dip our toes back into in-person offerings.
Though we're not able to host a full schedule of in-person classes and events this fall due to the evolving nature of Covid-19, we're excited to begin offering very limited in-person seminars, open houses, and free writing sessions on the second floor at our …
Writers often say that the workshop experience is crucial in developing their art. Creating a vibrant and productive workshop is not a matter of luck — there are things we can all do to be better workshop citizens. For this special edition of our podcast, we asked a selection of the dedicated writers, authors, and instructors in our community what we should all be doing to ensure we become valuable, productive, and responsible members of any writing class
By Ethan Gilsdorf
What follows is Part II of Ethan Gilsdorf’s conversation with Cheryl Strayed, author of the memoir Wild: From Lost to Found on the Pacific Crest Trail. Her book has been adapted into the recently-released film Wild. Read Part I of this interview here.
Ethan Gilsdorf: The journey you describe in your book Wild is an external journey: You go somewhere physically
Fall 2021 multi-week classes have finally arrived!
We’ve got a whole host of brand-new classes we’re excited to share, including Developing Your Narrative Nonfiction Book with E.B. Bartels, Advanced Nonfiction Workshop: Writing About Race with Victor Yang, Novel Writing Workshop for Queer, Trans, and/or Nonbinary Writers with Milo Todd, and so much more.
Ready to take your writing to the next level? Our advanced workshops are limited to 9 students to foster a closer and more rigorous learning experience. Check out our fall advanced workshops and apply before the deadline on Monday, September 6th: …
Fall is on its way! And you know what that means: it’s time to get writing. If you're busy getting back into the swing of things after the dog days of summer, we’ve got good news for you: our new batch of online classes have no live meetings! That means you can log in and learn from anywhere using our interactive and super easy-to-use platform, Wet Ink. Our online classes fit perfectly between vigorous work schedules, leaf-peeping, schooldays, and grabbing the last cup of hot apple cider from Boston Public Market!
Jason Segel, already an actor and musician, can now add “author” to his resumé.
With Kirsten Miller, author of the Kiki Strike and Eternal Ones series, Segel, 34, has co-written a middle grade novel, Nightmares!, book one of a planned trilogy, about 12-year-old Charlie Laird who must face his fear of bad dreams to rescue his brother from the world of nightmares.