May Remote Short Classes Starting Soon
Next month, GrubStreet has new short classes coming your way. Whether you're looking to use images and metaphors as generative tools in your poetry, take your novel draft to the next level, or explore writing that speaks authentically to the immigrant experience, we've got a short class for you this May.
As always, scholarships are available for all of the offerings below:
May 1st - 8th
- Discovering Meaning Within Story Structure
- The Joke’s on You: The Serious Work Of Using Humor in Your Writing (Sold out)
- Speculative Series: Beyond the Hero’s Journey
- Nonfiction Workshop: Family History
- Understanding Show, Don't Tell
- From Pitch to Piece
- Crafting the Miraculous: Using Image & Metaphor in Poetry
- Writing Action Scenes
- Storytelling Through Film: Developing Characters
May 14th & 15th
- Novel Revision Strategies: Taking Your Manuscript to the Next Level
- Writing Through the Diaspora: An Authentic Approach
- Flash Fiction Friday!
- Marketing for Writers Series: Events: Launches, Conferences, & Working with Bookstores
- The Art of the Short Story Cycle
- Writing Outside of Your Lane Series: Research, Sources, and Interviews
- Exploring Magical Realism
May 21st & 22nd
- Reflections on Travel: Where Have You Been?
- So You Want to Write a Memoir?
- Everyone's a Critic: Writing Reviews
- From Diwata to Raya: Pilipina/x Representation in Poetry, Art and Film
- From Vision to Revision: Poetry Focus
- Beyond Conflict: Sources of Narrative Drive in Fiction
- Making a Film on Zero Budget
May 28th & 29th
- Setting as Character: How to Bring A Place to Life
- Generative Nonfiction Writing Intensive
- Inspirations from Asian American, Asian and Pacific Islander Voices (Seminar for Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month)
- Speculative Series: History, Myth, and Origin Story
- Submitting Your Writing to Literary Magazines and Small Presses
- Getting Over Writer’s Block
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