This summer retreat for writers is divided into daily workshops and craft discussion; feedback and motivation; writing prompts and inspiration; time to work on new and existing projects; and time to relax with a secluded view of the mountains and river. The retreat is open to writers of every genre. Whether your writing is for personal journals or for publication, there are aspects we all share as writers.
When we go outside of our daily routine, leave behind the disruptions of our busy lives and gather in a supportive community, we make important breakthroughs in our life and in our writing. Included in the retreat will be a discussion of publication – how to, where to, and when to, and information about publishers who are regularly looking for work.
Writers will sharpen writing skills, meet other exceptional writers, have time to relax in a quiet peaceful environment, and enjoy meals and plenty of breaks. You will be energized by the support, literary guidance, relaxation, and encouragement. Enjoy the peaceful summer surroundings and literary inspiration at your own individual pace. Believe in your stories, you are the best one to write them!
Date & Time: Wed., July 8 at 5pm through Sun. July 12 at 1pm
Presenter: Magie Dominic
Fee: $525 (all inclusive)
About the Presenter
Magie Dominic, writer and artist, studied at The Art Institute of Pittsburgh and lives in New York. Her memoirs, The Queen of Peace Room and Street Angel, have been nominated for the Canadian Women’s Studies Award, Book of the Year Award/Memoir – ForeWord Magazine, the Judy Grahn Award and received the Silver Medal from the Independent Publishers Book Award, 2017.
She was nominated for the Vanderbilt/Exile Short Fiction Award and co-authored H. M. Koutoukas Remembered by His Friends, Eco Poetry, and Belles Lettres/Beautiful Letters. She has written for the Toronto Globe and Mail and The Village Voice
Her writing and art archives are with New York University Fales Library Permanent Collection and her theater archives are with New York Public Library for the Performing Arts at Lincoln Center. Her artwork has been exhibited in Toronto and New York, including a presentation at The United Nations.