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Malcolm Gladwell

Teaches Writing

Transform the ordinary

Ketchup. Crime. Quarterbacks. Thanks to Malcolm Gladwell, these ordinary subjects have helped millions of readers devour complex ideas like behavioral economics and performance prediction. Now, the renowned storyteller and best-selling author of Blink and The Tipping Point is teaching his craft online for the first time. Write stories that captivate by learning how Malcolm researches topics, crafts characters, and distills big ideas into simple, powerful narratives.


Learn Malcolm’s writing practices—including how he finds stories in unexpected places—through on-demand video lessons.


A downloadable workbook accompanies the class with lesson recaps, assignments, and supplemental materials.


Upload videos to get feedback from the class. Malcolm will also answer select student questions.

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This class provides great insight into his mind and writing approach. Recommended for anyone who wants to improve their writing and enjoys reading Gladwell's books.

Laura Lepez BalboaMontana

Watching Malcolm's passion for craft and engagement is almost palpable. You will learn how to be a better writer, you may even leave a better person.

Jason GartonBrooklyn, NY

I found Malcolm Gladwell's MasterClass to be both inspiring and informative, while offering an exciting look into the mind of the great and influential writer himself.

Clif JohnstonSeattle, Washington

I learned new ideas, methods, and techniques—and I gained a new perspective into my current writing habits, and what I need to change or fine-tune. Highly recommend.

Marti NorbergDenver, CO



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