Who is this class for?
This class is for writers who want to perfect their drafts. You've written a pitch, story, or article on which you'd like feedback, and you want a safe space in which to get critiqued.
This is an excellent follow-up to my other writing classes:
What happens in this class?
You'll bring copies of your work for feedback--anything from magazine article pitches to short stories to personal essays (5 pages max). In a collaborative and safe environment, we'll share our insights on how to hone your piece into an awesome final draft.
What will I take away from this class?
You'll get notes on your work-in-progress and action steps to improve it. You'll also get insight into the publishing landscape: how to add something timely to your piece, how best to revise it, and which outlets might be interested in your work.
Find out where your piece shines, how to improve your craft, and how to get your final draft published. Sign up now!
407 Broome St #5A
New York , NY
How does this class work?
7:00 pm - 8:30 pm EDTAdd to Cal
Grace Bello is a lifestyle and culture reporter based in New York. Previously a full-time copywriter who penned articles and fiction on the side, she escaped the cubicle and now writes for whomever she wants to.
Her articles have appeared in The Atlantic, The Hairpin, Capital New York, Time Out New York, Publisher's Weekly, Bookslut, Tablet, and more. The Verge praised her interview for The Awl with comedian Chris Hardwick as "the best tech writing of the week." Her humorous fiction has been published in McSweeney's and Splitsider.
She previously taught fiction writing at 3rd Ward and tutored kids for 826NYC.