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Writing Retreat & Tour in Ireland
       
Website Www.carolynbrigitflynn.com
Year Established 1997
Program Description Travel outward to ancient Ireland and inward to the rich territory of your unfolding soul. Our transformative writing circles will be inspired by 3 beautiful areas-Boyne Valley & Newgrange, Kildare & the goddess Brigit, & the gorgeous Beara Peninsula.
Number of Programs/Year 1
Program Length 12 days
Group Size or S:T Ratio 13
Program Focus Fiction, Nature, Travel, Poetry, Autobiography/Memoir, Non-fiction
Faculty Carolyn Brigit Flynn is a writer dedicated to language as a pathway to soul & spirit. She teaches creative writing groups & retreats in Santa Cruz, Ca & Ireland. She is the author of Communion (poetry) & editor of the popular anthology Sisters Singing.
Costs $3,600 shared occupancy (additional $380 single). Includes lodging, meals, ground transportation, guides, writing facilitation. Airfare arrangements & expenses on your own.
U.S. Locations San Francisco Bay Area, California
Santa Cruz, California
Global Locations Boyne Valley, Ireland
Castletownbere, Ireland
Months September, October
Sponsor's Calendar Link Www.carolynbrigitflynn.com/ireland
Sponsor's Facebook Page www.facebook.com/carolynbrigitflynn/?ref=ts&fref=ts
Contact Carolyn Brigit Flynn
Writer/teacher
Writing to Feed the Soul
3035 Buckingham Lane
Santa Cruz, Ca 95062
United States
Phone: 831-331-7431
E-Mail: Carolynflynn123@icloud.com

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