Whether you want to dip your toes in a different genre, learn how to research and write historical fiction, or discover the right tools to shape your narrative, we've got an Online: On-Demand class for you this March.
Most classes having no set meeting time, so you can learn whenever works best for you. Through weekly lessons, you will dig into dynamic craft lessons, inspiring prompts and assignments, compelling, diverse readings, helpful peer and instructor feedback, and more through our interactive and super easy-to-use platform (designed specifically for writers!), Wet Ink. Learn more about …
The Memoir Incubator is an MFA-level course, spanning 12 months, for ten memoir writers interested in drafting, developing or revising their memoir drafts, a comprehensive craft-based study of the memoir form, and, as appropriate, a thoughtful introduction to the memoir publishing market
Ready to take your writing to the next level? Our advanced workshops are limited to 9-10 students to foster a closer and more rigorous learning experience. Check out our spring advanced workshops below:
- Advanced Novel Workshop: Revision Focus with Henriette Lazaridis (Applications due Monday, February 14th)
- Next Level Nonfiction: Revise and Submit with Shuchi Saraswat (Applications due Monday, March 7th)
- Next Level Short Fiction: Revise and Submit with Katherine Yeh (Applications due Monday, March 7th)
Every month, we celebrate successes of all stripes! This month, Grubbies were published in literary journals across the country, won awards and prizes, secured book deals, and so much more. Our community is closing January 2022 out with 36 publications, four awards and prizes, and two book deals! Let us celebrate you: submit your good news to GrubStreet’s Department of Congratulations.
Pam Wolfson's story “The Sea at Catterline,” inspired by the life of Scottish artist Joan Eardley, was published by Prime Number Magazine. Jeffrey Feingold’s essay “Avalanche,” a “love letter to dogs,” will be published …