We're excited to reveal our spring 2021 multi-week classes below.
As GrubStreet continues to practice social distancing, all spring 2021 “in-person” classes will be held remotely via video conferencing. We remain so thankful to everyone in our community for showing up online to support each other and your own writing practice.
Want to stay connected to your writing this fall? Look no further than our new batch of October workshops. Whether you want to produce fresh work by tackling six stories in six weeks, make the blank page less scary by outlining your novel, or write a genre-bending memoir, we've got a remote workshop for you:
- Writing Transgender and Non-Binary Characters, starting October 1st
- 6 Weeks, 6 Stories, starting October 2nd
- Science Fiction and Fantasy: Remix!, starting October 3rd
- The Master's Tools Will Never Dismantle The Master's House: Political Poetry, starting October 7th
- The Novel Outline, starting ...
Looking for greater continuity and an immersive, intensive exploration of craft for your writing project? Our advanced programs are a great place to do just that in a supportive community that offers regular feedback.
Check below for more information about all of our upcoming intensive programs and apply before the deadline on Monday, July 27th!
Ready to draft, revise, and publish your work? Don't wait: apply to the Essay Incubator with instructor Ethan Gilsdorf before the deadline on Monday, July 27th at 11:59pm.
By Katrin Schumann
I sat down to write this post and have now written four openings and ditched them all.
What do writers need to hear in times like this? How can I be helpful to others when that which binds us--our obsessive love of words, books, writing--is overshadowed so universally by our fear of the unknown?
Do I tell you how to make lemons out of lemondade?* Do I reveal that I'm writing page after page despite the uncertainty and boredom