Tonight: Essay Incubator Remote Open House
Interested in taking your essays to the next level? Join us virtually on Wednesday, June 30th, from 6:00pm-7:00pm for an informal Q&A session on our Essay Incubator, our eight-month intensive program for writers seeking high-level feedback on their essays, immersion in a community of essay writers, and a leg up on the publishing world. Instructor Ethan Gilsdorf will answer any questions you have about the program. We'll give you all the information you need to know about the application process, what the program entails, the schedule, the philosophy behind our approach, and anything else on your …
Tonight: Memoir Generator Remote Open House
Thinking of applying to the Memoir Generator? GrubStreet will host a virtual informal Q&A session with instructor Michelle Seaton on Wednesday, June 23rd, from 6:00-7:00p.m. to answer any questions you have about the Generator, including the workload, the application process, what the program does and doesn’t entail, the schedule, the philosophy behind our approach, and anything else you have on your mind! Register here.
Application Deadline Extended to Monday, 5/31
The application deadline for the following Advanced Workshops has been extended to Monday, May 31st:
- Advanced Poetry Workshop with Brionne Janae
- Advanced Revision and Submission Strategies: Nonfiction with Dorian Fox
Our advanced workshops are limited to 9 students to foster a closer and more rigorous learning experience. Don't wait – apply today!
Open House and Info Sessions for Upcoming Intensives
Thinking of taking an intensive course this year? Interested in taking your short stories or essays to the next level? Ready to write your memoir or novel draft? Check out our upcoming remote open houses to learn more about each of the unique intensive programs below:
Memoir Generator Open House & Info Session (Remote)
Wednesday, June 23rd, 6:00-7:00 PM (EDT)
What to Do After Attending a Writing Conference
Writers attending conferences - like last week's The Muse & The Marketplace 2021 - tend to react to the experience in one of two ways: despair or elation.
Camp #1 is overwhelmed with information. Too much of the advice they absorbed seemed contradictory or overly complicated. They’re not sure they even like agents and editors anymore. And dammit, if all those other attendees are trying to get published, how do they stand a chance?