9:00-9:30 Arrive, coffee/tea available
9:30-Noon Morning workshop with Sarah Anne Strickley
1:00-2:30 Quiet writing time
2:30-3:30 Group critique (optional)
a favorite notebook and pen or computer.
a writing project you would like to work on in the afternoon.
(optional) a piece to share for group feedback -- 1-2 poems or up to 5 pages of prose.
What to bring:
Summer Writing Retreat: Information
Saturday, July 27, 2019 9:30 AM - 3:30 PM
The Earth & Spirit Center
1924 Newburg Road
Louisville, KY 40205
HOW TO MAKE THE MOST OF
the Summer Writing Season
In this workshop, we will return to the themes and practices explored in our winter workshop—Nurturing a Daily Writing Practice—but expand our repertoire of ideas to include fresh plans for making the most of the opportunities offered by the summer writing season. Newcomers to the conversation are welcome; veteran workshoppers are also cordially invited to join.
Cross-genre Writing Workshop
Sarah Anne Strickley
Sarah Anne Strickley is the author of Fall Together (Gold Wake Press, 2018). She’s a recipient of a National Endowment for the Arts Creative Writing fellowship, an Ohio Arts grant, a Glenn Schaeffer Award from the International Institute of Modern Letters, and other honors. Her stories and essays have appeared in Oxford American, A Public Space, Witness, The Normal School, Ninth Letter, and elsewhere. She’s a graduate of the Iowa Writers’ Workshop and earned her PhD from the University of Cincinnati. She teaches creative writing and serves as faculty editor of Miracle Monocle at the University of Louisville. She lives in Kentucky with her husband, the writer Ian Stansel, and their daughters.