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Hurley Winkler (Fiction, January 2017) presents a 90-minute lecture-style workshop on developing a successful online newsletter. The writer of a popular newsletter shares her keys to success on Substack. Learn about newsletter content strategies, the benefits of Substack […]

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There’s nothing like an amazing poetry reading! These are the events where readers are not onlyprepared, they’re authentic, compelling, charismatic, and memorable. Why is this kind of readingimportant for you as a poet and for society at large? […]

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Learn about the process of publishing Charlotte and the Quiet Place and discuss the interaction between art and words with Deborah Sosin (Nonfiction, January 2015).

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Sometimes the hardest stories to tell are the ones that most need to be told. This class will focus on creating a safe space and a practice of self-care as you write, in prose or poetry, with the […]

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DEBORAH SOSIN (Nonfiction, January 2015) is a writer, editor, psychotherapist, and GrubStreet instructor. Her essays have appeared in The New York Times, Boston Globe Magazine, Salon, Cognoscenti, Brevity Blog, and elsewhere. Her craft essay on the self as antihero in creative nonfiction appeared in The Writer’s Chronicle. She […]

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You might be familiar with your Inner Critic—the voice that says you’re not good enough. Or compares yourself to others. Or expects nothing but perfection. Our instinct is to push that voice away. But, paradoxically, we can find […]

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Absolution is a workshop designed to challenge the soul(s) of self-narrative. Through a combination of craft and a peer support sharing activity, we will transmutate our confessions and their literature into imperfect texts. Feel free to bring multimedia ephemera […]

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The BCA Playwright Residency presents a reading/workshop of a new play in development, (UN)HOUSED by Fabiola R. Decius (WSS, June 2015), at the Boston Center for the Arts. (UN)HOUSED tells the story of a single mother, Elianie, and […]
Naomi Mulvihill (Poetry, 2011) is the winner of the 2023 Clayton Prize, awarded by the editors the Michigan Quarterly Review for her poem “Poly-, Ambi-“ Katie DeBonville (Nonfiction, January 2023) has an essay “Bridges” in the March 2023 […]

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We all have memories that stay with us. Somewhere inside them is usually a story. It may be highly subjective, but more often than not, it holds a universal truth. How do you get to that truth? How […]
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