With the fall term just around the corner, now is the perfect time to grab a spot in one of our upcoming workshops starting this September. Classes are fully remote this term and filling up fast – so check out the upcoming workshops below, register today, and prepare to get writing this fall.
As always: scholarships are available for all classes. Just click the “Apply for Scholarship” link on any class page to request financial assistance.
During this time when our normal writing routines (alongside most other routines!) have been disrupted, we’re sharing short videos designed to help us all get unstuck, move forward, or find a new direction for our writing projects.
When you're deep into your writing, how do you keep the larger story you're trying to tell in mind? In Episode 7 of our "Write On Prompts" video series, GrubStreet Instructor Mariona Lloreta shares a prompt about how to use scene cards to both brainstorm your story and plan your writing journey.
It's hard to believe, but September is almost here. As we start to say goodbye to summer, we thankfully get to say hello to a brand new batch of short classes starting next month. Whether you’re stuck with your personal essay or unsure about your story's characters, we've got a short class for you. As always, scholarships are available for all of the offerings below:
Friday, August 21st at 7:00 PM
Harvard Book Store and GrubStreet welcome author Shruti Swamy for a virtual discussion of her debut short story collection, A House Is a Body. She will be joined in conversation by Megha Majumdar, author of the widely acclaimed novel, A Burning. For more details and to register, click here.
About A House Is a Body
Dreams collide with reality, modernity with antiquity, and myth with identity in the twelve arresting stories of A House Is a Body. In “Earthly Pleasures,” a young painter living alone in ...
Thursday, August 20th at 7:00 PM
Harvard Book Store and GrubStreet welcome author Daniel Hornsby for a virtual discussion of his debut novel, Via Negativa. He will be joined in conversation by acclaimed author Andrew Martin, author of the story collection Cool for America