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Writing Classes

Unleash your creativity, improve your writing, and get published when you take my online classes.


Whether you want to pursue writing as a career, as a side project, or to unleash your creativity, learn how to write your pieces and get them published.

I previously taught journalism at Manhattanville College in Purchase, NY, but I also teach continuing education online through Skillshare. Sign up for one of my writing classes below.

Or if you want one-on-one help with your writing project or your writing career, meet with me for Office Hours. For individual mentoring and editing, hourly rates apply.




I'll offer a writing prompt to spark your own personal essay and offer best practices for how to write your narrative, how to edit it, and what not to do.
Cost: FREE (get unlimited access to all Skillshare classes for $9.95/month)
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Humor Writing: Become the Next David Sedaris (online)

I'll guide you through writing your 500-word hilarious essay or short story, workshopping your piece, and getting your humorous work published.
Cost: FREE (get unlimited access to all Skillshare classes for $9.95/month)
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How to Write a Killer Magazine Article Pitch (online)

I'll give you an overview of the idea generation and pitching process, share my own pitches that worked, give you tips on how to deal with editors effectively.
Cost: FREE (get unlimited access to all Skillshare classes for $9.95/month)
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"Grace's class was very practical and informative. I felt like I left with actionable steps about where and how to pitch story ideas. She also made me look at story ideas in a new light. I would recommend this class to anyone new to writing personal essays for publication." -Jordan L.

"There are a lot of writing workshops out there, but this class is unique and fills a key niche by giving aspiring writers the inside perspective and tools to make the leap to publishing their work. The class time sped by, and every minute was rich with useful information. I learned a lot. Thanks, Grace!" -Pearl C.

"Grace provided a nice overview of what makes for a good personal essay, offered us all with useful commentary on our in class writing assignment, and followed up with a helpful list of publications that are looking for essays! Grace was knowledgable and encouraging!" -Jennifer Q.


Success Stories

My writing students were ultimately published in:

  • Slate
  • McSweeney's
  • The Awl
  • The Hairpin
  • The Rumpus
  • The Toast
  • xoJane