Writers Conferences & Writing Workshops
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Wide Open Writing Retreats - Tuscany and Maine
       
Website www.wideopenwriting.com
Year Established 2013
Program Description We are convinced that writing is a path to the creative genius in all of us. Wide Open Writing offers residential retreats, online classes and writing groups, individual coaching, weekend workshops and private writing getaways.
Number of Programs/Year 4
Program Length 1 week
Group Size or S:T Ratio 7 - 15
Program Focus Poetry, Autobiography/Memoir, Fiction, Non-fiction
Faculty Dulcie Witman, MFA, LADC and Regina Tingle, MFA - founders, facilitators. Nancy Coleman, PhD, LYI, RYT, yoga instructor, facilitator Nikki Kallio, MFA - workshop leader Troi Boulanger, LCSW - energy psychotherapy Joanne McAllister, LMT - massage thera
Costs Isla Holbox, Mexico $1850 Pantelleria, Italy $3150 (shared), $3450 (single), $3850 (private) Tuscany, Italy $2650.00 (single) - Writing From the Senses
Global Locations Florence, Italy
Tuscany, Italy
Pantelleria, Italy
Isla Holbox, Mexico
Months March, April, May, July, September
Sponsor's Calendar Link www.wideopenwriting.com/retreats2018/
Sponsor's Facebook Page www.facebook.com/wideopenwriting/
Contact Dulcie Witman
Program Director
Dulcie Witman, MFA
16 Twin Pond Rd
Topsham, Maine 04086
United States
Phone: 207-400-7142
E-Mail: dulcie@dulciewitman.com

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