This Week at Grub: November 30th - December 6th
GrubStreet has decided to hold all 2020 in-person classes remotely via Zoom video conferencing. To see the full list of all our steps in response to Covid-19, including updates about our space and events click here.
All students will be able to participate in our classes remotely via Zoom video conference from wherever you’re most comfortable. You’ll receive an email from your instructor on the day your class is scheduled with a link to join the class meeting via Zoom–no need to download anything or sign up for Zoom in advance. All you’ll need is a laptop or a phone!
Short Classes (Remote):
- Developing Your Memoir: Finding Your Theme and Central Question, December 4th (Sold out)
- Nonfiction Workshop: Family History (2-part), December 4th & 11th
- Structure Your Way to a Compelling Scene (2-part), December 4th & 11th (Sold out)
- Building Characters in Creative Nonfiction, December 4th (Sold out)
- Speculative Fiction Series: Retellings, Allegory, and Inspiration, December 5th (Sold out)
- Dying to Know, Afraid to Find Out: Increasing Tension in Fiction, December 5th (Sold out)
- Writing the "Hermit Crab" Essay: Borrowing Readymade Forms to Structure Your Work (2-part), December 5th (Sold out)
Neighborhood Classes (Remote):
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