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All the Lonely People

March 13, 2012

It’s the nature of writers to seek alone time, time when the mind is quiet and the imagination is fertile. But sometimes that feels lonely. The commitment to write a longer project — a collection of short stories or poetry, a memoir or a novel — means many hours alone with yourself, your imagination and the page. That communion between artist and project is a very intimate, but sometimes very alone experience.

At the Magic Time Writer’s Retreat, you’ll find you can be alone with your project yet not alone. You will find support and mentoring — and the most precious gift of all — time to write.

Join mentors Carolyn Flynn and Terry Price for what promises to be a very special time Penuel Ridge Retreat Center, nestled in the woods near Ashland City, Tennessee. You’ll share with other writers about your process and gain practices that bolster your writing life.

Hurry! The early bird price of $325 closes March 15. For more information and registration, click here. First eight registrants receive one free half hour Skype coaching session with either Carolyn or Terry to prepare for the retreat!

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. March 13, 2012 10:19 am

    What a great idea! If only I wasn’t a college student focusing on paying for food and gas…

    • March 13, 2012 10:34 am

      I totally understand! You’re taking care of what you need to take care of. When you can, make your own retreat. Plus some of our best writers are in Western NC so avail yourself to opportunities! Lots of readings at Malaprops! And keep in touch. If there’s anything I can do to encourage or support you as a writer, let me know. Good luck Amelia and thanks for reading.

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