TONIGHT: Join Us for Our Spring Remote Open House
Love to write but don't have anywhere to get feedback on your work? Want to meet fellow writers and work under the guidance of published authors? GrubStreet is here to help! On Wednesday, December 2nd, we will be hosting a Remote Open House to talk about upcoming Spring 2021 classes!
In the webinar-style session, several of our staff members will give you an overview of GrubStreet and who we are, and we'll dive into the new and recurring classes that we're offering next term. We'll also talk about remote and online learning, as well as our plans to build a new writing center! At the end, there will be some time set aside for a Q+A of follow-up questions.
We'll answer any questions that we feel would apply to lots of attendees in the session, and for any questions that are specific to you and your writing, we'll send a personalized email back to you! We welcome all questions about all things GrubStreet.
Please make sure to pre-register, so we can email you the link to join the meeting! We'll also send all attendees a code to recieve 10% off any Spring 2021 class.
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