2018 Summer Writing Retreat in Nacagdoches, TX

Nacagdoches, Texas, United States


Details
Jul 29 - Aug 3, 2018

Retreat

APPLICATION DEADLINE:July 20, 2018
SCHOLARSHIP:None Available

CONTACT: Becka Oliver
PHONE: 512-499-8914
EMAIL: wlt@writersleague.org
WEBSITE: http://www.writersleague.org/summerwritingretreat

Five classes in fiction, memoir, nonfiction, poetry; five great instructors; and a week of focusing on your writing in the oldest city in Texas.

The 2018 Writers' League of Texas Summer Writing Workshop will be held July 29-August 3 in Nacagdoches, TX. The event includes five full days of classes (Monday through Friday, July 30-August 3) and several special evening events throughout the week, designed to showcase some of the great offerings and venues Nacogdoches.

Each registrant selects the class they'll participate in (students stay in the same class for the duration of the event), choosing from five topics all taught by experienced instructors with winning credentials. Each class is capped at 20 registrants allowing for an intimate classroom experience with plenty of opportunities for students to ask questions, receive specific feedback, form lasting connections with fellow participants, and more. The classes are open to writers of all genres and categories and are appropriate for both beginners and more seasoned writers.

Throughout the week, the Writers' League will host (or co-host with local partners) evening events open to all registrants. These offerings - including panel discussions, presentations, and readings - will take place at venues around town (and will include some special guests).


Faculty

Featured Writers Include:

Christine Butterworth-McDermott (poetry), Charlotte Gullick (fiction), Donna M. Johnson and Kirk Wilson (memoir), Rachel Starnes (nonfiction), and Stacey Swann (fiction)


Genres

Poetry, Fiction, Creative nonfiction


Location

Stephen F. Austin State University
Nacagdoches
Texas, United States
75962



Writers' League of Texas

The Writers' League of Texas is a statewide non-profit that supports writers, both published and not yet published, across Texas. With a membership of 1300 and growing, the Writers' League offers programming throughout the year that includes weekend classes on the craft of writing and the business of publishing, weeknight online classes, a summer Agents & Editors Conference in Austin and a Summer Writing Retreat in West Texas, author visits to public schools and rural libraries, and a free, public panel discussion each month. Member benefits include discounts on all programming, additional retail, service and organizational discounts, the opportunity to share news with our community of members and nonmembers. Contact (512) 499-8914 or wlt@writersleague.org for more information.