Margaret Atwood Offers a New Online Class on Creative Writing




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FYI: Back in July, Colin Marshall highlighted an online writing course being developed by Margaret Atwood, the author of The Handmaid’s Tale, Cat’s Eye, Alias Grace, and The Blind Assassin. As a quick follow up, it’s worth mentioning that Atwood’s creative writing course has now gone live.

You can take this class by signing up for a MasterClass’ All Access Pass. For $180, the All Access Pass will give you instant access to this course and 85 others for a 12-month period. (That’s a little more than $2 per course.)

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