Tinker Mountain Writers' Workshop

Roanoke, Virginia, United States


Details
Jun 13 - Jun 18, 2021

Conference

APPLICATION DEADLINE:June 11, 2021
TUITION / COST:$640
SCHOLARSHIP:Available
Merit & Need based. See website for details

CONTACT: Christine Powell
PHONE: 540-362-6225
EMAIL: cpowell@hollins.edu
WEBSITE: www.hollins.edu/tmww

A Home for Writers of All Levels - Offering a Virtual Workshop Experience!

Fuel your passion and transform your writing during your one-week virtual experience in June. Choose from manuscript review or write-now workshops with our acclaimed Tinker Mountain faculty. This is your opportunity to recharge your creativity, connect with the Tinker Mountain community of writers, and reframe your work.

Manuscript workshops give you an opportunity to receive feedback on your work from peers and your faculty mentor and learn what other writers are working on.

Write-now workshops allow you to immerse yourself in the craft of writing and generate new work without the pressure of preparing or reading manuscripts.

Craft seminars, readings, and social events are all part of the virtual experience. You’ll have plenty of interaction with faculty, including a one on one session, and the opportunity to network with other writers for ideas and support.

The depth of warmth, personality and kindness in our community of writers contributes to making this the kind of experience that all of us can value and find truly sustaining. We hope that you will join us online in June!


Faculty

Featured Writers Include:

Fred Leebron, director, fiction; Barbara Jones, editor, fiction/memoir; Jeff Kleinman, agent, multi genre; Cade Leebron, multi-genre; James McKean, creative nonfiction; Thorpe Moeckel, poetry; Dan Mueller, fiction; M. Randal O’Wain, memoir; Jon Pineda, multi genre; Maxine Swann, multi genre.


Genres

Poetry, Fiction, Creative nonfiction, Screenwriting


Location

Virtual Workshop - Hollins University
Roanoke
Virginia, United States
24020



Tinker Mountain Writers' Workshops

Since 2005, Tinker Mountain Writers has nurtured and inspired over 650 writers through workshops and retreats in poetry, fiction, and nonfiction. We gather some of the best teachers of writing, who work alongside you to hone your craft and take your work to the next level. From novice to experienced, all levels are equally supported and challenged.

Spend the week with us and leave with a new manuscript, or with new ideas for your existing work. Over 20% of our participants have attended Tinker Mountain Writers more than once. Why don’t you join them and see how we can help you create something great?