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Summer's almost here, and so are our next round of intensives! These 7- to 12-month programs allow students to dive deeper, whether they want to launch their projects and make significant progress, refine and revise drafts of existing projects, or find and work with other students interested in a specific subject matter, genre, and/or shared identity.
Want to learn more? Drop into the last of our open houses!
In addition to online (Zoom and On Demand) classes below, GrubStreet will also be hosting limited in-person short classes and events at our new space in the Seaport this summer. To see the full list of all our steps in response to Covid-19, including updates about our space and events click here.
Our free writing sessions are the perfect taste of Grub! Join us virtually, in-person, in the afternoon, or in the evening—there's a session for everyone! Check out what else we have going on at Grub.
Try an Online: On Demand class at GrubStreet! These online classes take place over our learning platform, Wet.Ink, and have no live meetings, which means you can learn from anywhere. As always, scholarships are available for all of the offerings below:
- Encountering the Past: Researching and Writing Historical Fiction with Cam Terwilliger, starting 7/6
Kick off summer with one of our June short classes, taking place virtually or in-person! Whether you want to explore mythic story structures, generate new work, or write about animals, we've got a class for you.
As always, scholarships are available for all of the offerings below:
July 6th, 8th & 9th
- Intercultural Lab for Writers (2-Part) (Online: Zoom) with Marika Preziuso
- Rooted: Starting Your Story (Online: Zoom) with Setting with Aimee Christian
- Let's Write For Kids: A YA/MG Intensive (Online: Zoom) with Tina Tocco
- Memoir Revision Essentials: Beginnings (Online: Zoom) with Katie Bannon
- The …