Remote Multi-Week Classes Starting in May

Got the Internet? Come write with Grub! We're holding all of our upcoming May workshops remotely via easy to use video conferencing, so you can write from the comfort of your couch. Take a look at all of our upcoming remote multi-week classes coming to a screen near you:


Writing Fiction from Real Life (Remote), starting 5/4
Fiction II (Remote), starting 5/5

6 Weeks, 6 Stories (Remote), starting 5/6
Science Fiction and Fantasy Workshop (Remote), starting 5/6

Developing Your Short Fiction (Remote), starting 5/11
Counterintuitive Short Stories: Defying Expectations (Remote), starting 5/14
Revision & Submission Strategies: Fiction (Remote), starting 5/20
Master Fiction (Remote), starting 5/28 (Application due 5/11)


6 Weeks, 6 Essays (Remote), starting 5/4
Memoir in Progress II (Remote), staring 5/4 (2 spots left)
6 Weeks, 6 Essays (Remote), starting 5/6
Developing Your Personal Essay (Remote), starting 5/6

Telling True Stories: A Creative Nonfiction Workshop (Remote), starting 5/19
Writing to Heal (Remote), starting 5/21
Master Personal Essay (Remote), starting 5/26 (Application due 5/11)
Memoir in Progress: Craft (Remote), starting 5/27
Master Memoir (Remote), starting 5/28 (Application due 5/11)


Jumpstart Your Writing (Remote), starting 5/5
Jumpstart Your Writing (Remote), starting 5/7 


Novel in Progress (Remote), starting 5/4
Writing the Novella: From Start to Finish (Remote), starting 5/5
Jumpstart Your Novel (Remote), starting 5/5
YA/MG Novel Workshop (Remote), starting 5/7
Plan Your Novel in 4 Weeks (Remote), starting 5/7
Master Novel in Progress (Remote), starting 5/26 (Application due 5/11)


6 Weeks, 6 Poems (Remote), starting 5/5
Master Poetry (Remote), starting 5/26 (Application due 5/11)


Writing the TV Pilot (Remote), starting 5/7
Kickstarting Your Short Film (Remote), starting 5/10


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 (which take place on a custom built online learning platform), these "remote" classes take 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. It's that easy! 

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