Women Reading Aloud Writers' Retreat in Czech Republic/Prague
Mendham, New Jersey, United States
Fly into Prague and enjoy a full day guided tour of the city's highlights. Enjoy a relaxing ride arranged by us to the countryside for a writing retreat that combines the tranquility and serenity that defines a WRA retreat.
Travel to Prague, the capital of the Czech Republic, bisected by the Vitava River. Begin with two nights in this glorious city, nicknamed "the City of a Hundred Spires." Enjoy a guided tour of Old Towne Square, the heart of its historic core, with colorful baroque buildings, Gothic churches and the medieval Astronomical Clock. Tour the Prague Castle and the world's most beautiful library, followed by an evening boat ride surrounded by the city's lights. Relax during your personal transfer to one of Europe's finest wellness spas at Katerina Resort. Here, we will write daily following the Amherst Writers and Artists Method and enjoy the tranquility of the grounds. Take a complimentary excursion trip to a nearby village and stroll down the cobblestone streets. After a glorious lunch on the last day, we return to Prague to our hotel for one final evening to celebrate the city's magic. All inclusive.
Featured Writers Include:
Julie Maloney, founder/director of WOMEN READING ALOUD, poet and novelist and Jacqueline Sheehan, NYTimes bestselling novelist/essayist/international writing facilitator
Poetry, Fiction, Creative nonfiction, Playwriting, Children's literature
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New Jersey, United States
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WOMEN READING ALOUD is dedicated to the support of women writers through workshops, domestic and international retreats, and special literary events. Built on the awareness of "voice," WRA offers opportunities to hone craft, explore new material, and pursue the creative life. Balancing solitude with community, writers engage in a "transformative" experience in a supportive environment. WRA extends its welcome to writers throughout the world. Workshops follow the Amherst Writers and Artists Method.