Writers Conferences & Writing Workshops
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Grand Valley State University Writers Retreat
       
Website www.gvsu.edu/learn/writersretreat/
Year Established 2005
Program Description Fiction or poetry focus. Includes seminars, workshops, readings, individual consultation, writing time
Number of Programs/Year 1
Program Length 3 days
Group Size or S:T Ratio 25 max
Faculty 2007: Eliot Khalil Wilson (The Saint of Letting Small Fish Go), winner of the 2003 Cleveland State Poetry Prize; Patricia Clark (My Father on a Bicycle); Heather Sellers (Georgia Under Water); Ander Monson (Neck Deep and Other Predicaments)
Costs $495 includes meals, lodging. Scholarships available.
U.S. Locations Grand Rapids, Michigan
Months August
Contact Melissa Peraino
Grand Valley State University, Michigan Authors Project
401 Fulton Street West, 289C Devos
Grand Rapids, MI 49504-6495
United States
Phone: 616-331-7180
E-Mail: ceinfo@gvsu.edu

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