After a long, cold winter it will be time to thaw-out those creative juices and kick-start your writing.
“Spring Into Writing” offers an unprecedented opportunity for writers in this region to develop their craft (poetry and fiction) and develop their careers (publishing).
This retreat in Western Maryland is convenient from Baltimore, Washington, Pittsburgh, and Morgantown, but space is limited so reserve your spot today.
Writers groups are especially encouraged to reserve spots and accommodations together.
Presented by CityLit Project and Frostburg Center for Creative Writing, “Spring Into Writing” takes place over three nights and four days March 31-April 3, 2011, at New Germany State Park in Grantsville, MD. The retreat provides writers with time away from their routines to write, to talk with other literary artists, and to benefit from indivudal critiques.
Jessica Anya Blau The Summer of Naked Swim Parties
and Drinking Closer to Home
Fiction, Goucher College Gerry LaFeminaThe Parakeets of Brooklyn
and The Vanishing Horizon
Poetry, Frostburg State University Gregg Wilhelm
Executive Director, CityLit Project and Publisher, CityLit Press
Affiliate Professor, University of Baltimore Ed Ochester
General Editor, Drue Heinz Literature Prize
University of Pittsburgh
Register before February 1: $200 ($250 after).
Student registration before February 1: $125 ($175 after)
Registration includes individual critiques, receptions, and dinner on April 2. Registration does not include lodging and additional meals. For more information and lodging options, call 301-687-4024 and ask for Gerry LaFemina.
This spring, find the place to focus on your art, meet the people who share your passion, and take the time from your busy life.
This spring, “Spring Into Writing.”
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