Chesapeake Writers' Conference at St. Mary's College of Maryland

St. Mary's City, Maryland, United States


Details
Jun 24 - Jun 30, 2018

Conference

TUITION / COST:$800/$1200 for course credit (2 credit hours)
SCHOLARSHIP:None Available

CONTACT: Jerry Gabriel
PHONE: 240.895.4341
EMAIL: chesapeakewritersconference@smcm.edu
WEBSITE: http://go.smcm.edu/chesapeake

Intensive workshops in three genres for serious writers at all levels of experience, as well as a multi-genre workshop for high schoolers and grad credit for teachers (to be used for Continuing Professional Development).

The Chesapeake Writers’ Conference at St. Mary’s College of Maryland is in its sixth year, and we are excited to have four great faculty members returning—Liz Arnold (poetry), Matt Burgess (fiction), and Patricia Henley (fiction), Angela Pelster-Wiebe (creative nonfiction workshop) and Matthew Henry Hall (youth workshop).

Join us on Maryland’s Western Shore—five minutes from the Chesapeake, ten from the Potomac–for a week of craft talks, lectures, panel discussions, and readings, as well as daily workshops in fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction. It is possible to receive college course credit for the work you do at the conference.

Enrollment is limited; applications are accepted on a rolling basis.


Faculty

Featured Writers Include:

Patricia Henley, Matt Burgess, Elizabeth Arnold, Angela Pelster-Wiebe, Matthew Henry Hall, Jerry Gabriel (director)


Genres

Poetry, Fiction, Creative nonfiction


Location

Chesapeake Writers' Conference
18952 E. Fisher Road.
St. Mary's City
Maryland, United States
20686



Chesapeake Writers' Conference

The Chesapeake Writers’ Conference at St. Mary’s College of Maryland is in its sixth year, and we are excited to have four great faculty members returning—Liz Arnold (poetry), Matt Burgess (fiction), and Patricia Henley (fiction), Angela Pelster-Wiebe (creative nonfiction workshop) and Matthew Henry Hall (youth workshop).

Join us on Maryland’s Western Shore—five minutes from the Chesapeake, ten from the Potomac–for a week of craft talks, lectures, panel discussions, and readings, as well as daily workshops in fiction, poetry, or creative nonfiction. It is possible to receive college course credit for the work you do at the conference.

Enrollment is limited; applications are accepted on a rolling basis.