Grub Street Spring Semester

Grub Street’s Spring Semester begins next week, so its time to pick your classes from the Workshop Schedule and get writing. I’ve taken one grub street class, and it was great – I learned a lot and it was lots of fun. It’s a local Boston establishment, with local instructors. Here’s the rest of their blurb from their website:

grub street is a non-profit writing center dedicated to nurturing writers and connecting readers with the wealth of writing talent in the Boston area.

We have two vital roles. We support writers at every stage of their development by offering writing classes, fellowships, employment, and networking opportunities, and by promoting the work of local authors. Equally important, we enrich the lives of Boston-area residents by introducing them to a community of fellow readers and writers through author-hosted book clubs, informal discussions, movie screenings and more.

grub street builds on Boston’s proud literary tradition by making the city more welcoming for writers, and more inspiring and culturally alive for all of us.

Lots of bloggers are writers, or writers-to-be. I know I am. If I weren’t traveling so much, I’d definately sign up. Maybe I’ll do an on-line class this semester, I haven’t decided.

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