Apply to a Remote Master Class by 5/11
Take your writing to the next level with a Master Class at GrubStreet! We offer advanced workshops in poetry, essays, memoirs, novels and more.We're offering all of our upcoming Master Workshops remotely via easy to use video conferencing (see below for more info about how our remote classes work). Check out our upcoming Master Classes:
- Master Personal Essay with Instructor Xujun Eberlein
- Master Novel in Progress with Instructor Olivia Kate Cerrone
- Master Poetry with Instructor Porsha Olayiwola
- Master Memoir with Instructor Rani Neutill
- Master Fiction with Instructor Shubha Sunder
This application deadline is Monday, May 11th, at 11:59PM. Applications submitted after the deadline will not be reviewed, and will not receive a response.
How Does Remote Learning Work?
With the stay-at-home advisory for Massachusetts extended through May 4th, GrubStreet has decided to hold all May and June 2020 in-person classes remotely via video conferencing. Unlike our official “online” classes, these "remote" classes are taking place at set times and provide a live classroom experience through easy to use video conferencing.
How does it work? Students will simply receive an email from their instructor on the day each class is scheduled with a link to join the class meeting via Zoom (a video conferencing service) – no need to download anything or sign up for Zoom in advance.
If you have the Internet, you can write with us. It's that simple.
Mia is the Spring 2020 Marketing Co-Op at GrubStreet. She is currently studying English at Northeastern, and minoring in East Asian Studies and Japanese. When Mia isn't at GrubStreet, she likes to study languages, read, write, sing a little, and spend some of (read: all of) her time with NU Barkada, Northeastern's Filipino American student association.See other articles by Mia Narciso