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Study Homer and Write in Greece
       
Program Description At Onar on the island of Andros: Morning seminar on The Iliad, afternoon Workshop for writers in all genres, exploring the art of narrative. No connection to Homer necessary save being inspired beside his Wine Dark Sea.
Number of Programs/Year 1
Program Length 10 Days
Group Size or S:T Ratio 12
Program Focus Fiction, Humor, Journalism, Mystery, Nature, Romance, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Travel, Poetry, Young Adult, Non-fiction, Autobiography/Memoir, Children's
Faculty Seminar on The Iliad taught by James Morwood, Professor of Classics, Oxford University. Workshop led by novelist, Lucretia Grindle author of Villa Triste and Lost Daughter. Other afternoon activities offered for non-writing spouses, partners, friends
Costs Please email for details
Global Locations Island of Andros, Greece
Months May
Contact Lucretia Grindle
Director
CyclopsWriting
PO Box 411
Blue Hill, Maine 04614
United States
Phone: 508 308 2012
E-Mail: cyclopswriting@yahoo.com

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