Margaret Atwood teaches creative writing


Called the “Prophet of Dystopia,” Margaret Atwood is one of the most influential literary voices of our generation. In her first-ever online class, the author of The Handmaid’s Tale teaches how she crafts compelling stories—from historical to speculative fiction—that remain timeless and relevant. Explore Margaret’s creative process for developing ideas into novels with strong structures and nuanced characters.

A timeless approach to storytelling

In 20+ lessons, students will learn how the author of The Handmaid’s Tale constructs powerful storytelling by analyzing literary classics and her own novels.

The class comes with a downloadable workbook that includes lesson summaries and homework assignments to help you perfect your craft. You’ll also be able to upload videos to get class feedback. Margaret plans to review select student work as well!

“Genres aren’t closed boxes. Stuff flows back and forth across the borders all the time.”

Margaret Atwood

Pre-enroll and you’ll get notified when the course becomes available this fall. You can also try the All-Access Pass free or 7 days and learn from 35+ other instructors including Malcolm Gladwell, James Patterson, and R.L. Stine.

Sign up to the All-Access Pass today!

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