Whether you’re looking to blend genres to add dimension and deepen a piece, explore how the writing process can serve as a healing tool, or discover what marketing means for authors, we've got a short class for you this April. As always, scholarships are available for all of the offerings below:
April 2nd & 3rd
- How to Write a Lot (Full)
- The Craft of Memoir: Finding Your Theme or Through-line
- Resistance Through The Poetic
- Hybrid Writing: Blending Genres & the Space Between
- Deconstruct to Reconstruct! Scene Writing Workshop
- Speculative Series: Worldbuilding Workshop (2-part) (Full)
Join Porter Square Books and Grubstreet tonight at 7pm (EDT) in the latest installment of the Grubbie Debuts series, featuring longtime GrubStreet student, instructor, and board member Jennifer De Leon for the launch of her debut nonfiction collection, White Space: Essays on Culture, Race, and Writing
Join Regie Gibson for a virtual performance of Letter and Spirit: Here, Among the Americans, which will use poetry, spoken word, and song to explore what it means to be an American
Our Memoir Incubator Program is an MFA-level course, spanning 12 months, for ten memoir writers interested in drafting, developing or revising their memoir drafts, a comprehensive craft-based study of the memoir form, and, as appropriate, a thoughtful introduction to the memoir publishing market.
The murder of eight people, including six women of Asian descent, on Tuesday night in Atlanta was a horrific and heartbreaking tragedy that comes at a time of increased racist and gender-based violence, hate, and anti-Asian rhetoric across the country.
We want to acknowledge the pain of this tragic event and the ways in which this violence further adds to the suffering, anxiety, and anger that the Asian American Pacific Islander (AAPI) community across the country has felt in response to increased xenophobia, misogyny, and racism.