Boston’s Best Resources For Aspiring Writers

July 29, 2013 10:00 AM
Boston’s Best Resources For Aspiring Writers

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" Boston-area residents are in as good a place as any to launch a writing career. After all, novelists like Louisa May Alcott and Nathaniel Hawthorne blazed that trail long ago and the literary community in Boston still thrives. Whether writers are looking for a place to sit quietly, research or get great lessons in technique, publishing and the other aspects of modern writing, there is a place in Boston for it. So, do not hide in a basement or home office plucking away; get out there and write the next great American novel.

Grub Street 162 Boylston St., 5th Floor Boston, MA 02116 (617) 695-0075

Grub Street is an absolutely amazing resource for area writers. It has classes, workshops, parties, lectures and much more. Offerings at Grub Street are often catered to a specific group to make the experience more beneficial. For example, there are youth writing services, novel writing workshops, technical writing lectures and many more in between "

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