GrubStreet Instructor Michelle Seaton interviewed Memoir Incubator alum Molly Howes about her new book A Good Apology: Four Steps to Make Things Right. This paradigm-shifting book describes how apologies work, why they are so hard, and why they are so essential for rebuilding and maintaining relationships. You can learn more about and purchase the book here.
July 21, 2020 | Michelle Seaton
GrubStreet's new Writing to Heal Program is an intensive 6-month program designed to give nonfiction students a deep dive into how the writing process can serve as a healing tool for adversity and trauma. Students will work on their own healing narratives in a supportive workshop environment and analyze poems, essays, articles and book excerpts that demonstrate the transformative power of personal narrative.
Ready to write your novel? Apply to the Novel Generator with instructor Marjan Kamali.
Writing a first draft of a novel is a very different process from revising a finished draft
Ready to draft, revise, and publish your work? Don't wait: apply to the Essay Incubator with instructor Ethan Gilsdorf before the deadline on Monday, July 27th at 11:59pm.
Ready to move your stories from “workshop good” to publishable quality? Don't wait: apply for the Short Story Incubator before the deadline on Monday, July 27th at 11:59pm.
The Short Story Incubator is an 8-month, MFA-level course focused on deep revision that provides concrete tactics to navigate the distance between a draft and your finished story. It also offers a comprehensive, craft-based study of the story form and a thoughtful introduction to the publishing market.