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ENGLAND WRITING RETREAT
       
Website scribblersink.com/#/writing-retreats/
Year Established 2001
Program Description Author and editor panels. Writing strategies: Embodying the life of your characters. Breaking through blocks Writing across genres. Work on your current WIP or begin anew. Take a morning or evening yoga class amidst castle ruins. Have fun and Write!
Number of Programs/Year 1
Program Length 1 Week
Group Size or S:T Ratio 20
Program Focus Publishing, Religion, Fiction, Humor, Journalism, Mystery, Nature, Playwriting, Science Fiction/Fantasy, Screenwriting, Travel, Business/Technical, Romance, Poetry, Autobiography/Memoir, Young Adult, Horror, Non-fiction, Children's, Marketing
Faculty Bobbi Lerman - Founder and Head Instructor A self-proclaimed “muse locator,” Bobbi has been running workshops for over fifteen years aimed at helping writers unblock, and find their voice and inspiration. She earned a Degree in Fine Arts from MassArt.
Costs $3295-$3695 Total price of week long UK writing workshop retreat and accommodation.
U.S. Locations boston, Massachusetts
Global Locations london, England
England
United Kingdom
Months September
Sponsor's Facebook Page www.facebook.com/ScribblersInk
Contact Roberta Lerman
Founder and Head Instructor
Scribbler's Ink
P.O. Box 107
Nahant, Massachusetts 01907
United States
Phone: 781-983-2882.
E-Mail: scribblersink6@gmail.com

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