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Big Island Writers' Retreat & Conference 2016
       
Website www.bigislandretreat2016.weebly.com
Year Established 2015
Program Description Relax, refresh and restore your work in a creative paradise. Eight days and nine nights of writing, learning, sharing, exchanging and exploring will enable this intimate group to enhance and expand both their work and their writing lives!
Number of Programs/Year 1
Program Length 8 days, 9 nghts
Group Size or S:T Ratio 1:8
Program Focus Publishing, Fiction, Mystery, Romance, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Young Adult, Horror, Autobiography/Memoir
Faculty Anne Kelleher is an internationally published author of 15 novels and one collection of short stories. Her first novel, Daughter of Prophecy, was chosen as one of the inaugural releases in Warner Books' Aspect sf/line.
Costs Conference fee - $750. Hotel, meals, transportation, excursion package TBD. Check site for details.
U.S. Locations Big Island, Hawaii
Months April
Sponsor's Calendar Link bigislandretreat2016.weebly.com/about.html
Sponsor's Facebook Page www.facebook.com/bigislandretreat2016
Contact Annie Kelleher
Retreat Facilitator
Big Island Retreat & Conference
75-6009 Ali'i Drive R22
Kailua-Kona, HI 96740
United States
Phone: 860-693-1613
E-Mail: anniekelleher@aol.com

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