Winter weather already getting you down? Looking forward to spring?
Registration has just opened for a great writer’s retreat on June 26-30, 2017, in Madison, WI.
I’ll be leading one of the new workshops, Writing Women’s Lives. Plan now to join me!
The 19th annual Write-by-the-Lake Writer’s Workshop & Retreat has expanded to 14 sections. There are several new instructors and topics, including children’s picture books, poetry writing, and a new step-by-step system to plotting fiction with urgency.
This national retreat offers something for all writers. Most of all, it offers the opportunity to work, work, work on your writing.
Plus, by popular request from past attendees who didn’t want the week to stop and who wanted ideas for their next steps, the program added a new special bonus Saturday workshop on July 1 with Tim Storm.
And the famous writing doctor, Kevin Mullen, is back!
Wait, there’s more! Someone who got her start here and is now a big success–hitting the USA Today list with her fiction–will deliver the keynote address and teach one of the new sessions. That’s right. Wisconsin’s own Ann Garvin is on board this year.
UW-Madison’s Memorial Union and its lakeside terrace have been renovated just in time for us to test out the new amenities. We can watch the sailboats go by as we share writing ideas over a glass of something good or a cone packed with the famous Babcock Dairy ice cream.
Please join me and your fellow writers from across the country.
Enrollment is limited in each section to maximize the attention on your writing.
This sounds terrific, Theresa–unfortunately I can’t be there next year, but I’ll keep this in mind. I’d love to be a fly on the wall in your presentation on writing women’s lives!