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Writing Retreat in Morocco
       
Website southerngirlgoneglobal.com
Year Established 2009
Program Description In Morocco, a writer finds a muse. Explore the craft of travel writing, analyzing works by master storytellers and infusing elements of journalism, personal essay, narrative, and poetic prose. Excursions, private riad, and rooftop readings included.
Number of Programs/Year 1
Program Length 1 Week
Group Size or S:T Ratio 5-7
Program Focus Journalism, Travel, Autobiography/Memoir, Non-fiction
Faculty Cindy McCain is an award-winning writer and university literature/writing instructor. Southern Girl Gone Global was named a Top 50Travel Blog of 2016 and has been featured by US News and World Report, Expedia and Orbitz.
Costs $1680. Includes Five instructional group sessions, group and private feedback, 7 nights accommodations in private suites in Marrakesh and Essaouira, 4 excursions/guided tours, 7 breakfasts, 4 lunches and dinners. Flights not included.
Global Locations Morocco
Months June
Sponsor's Calendar Link southerngirlgoneglobal.com/2018/11/12/morocco-writing-retreat-summer-2019/
Sponsor's Facebook Page www.facebook.com/southerngirlgoneglobal
Contact Cindy McCain
University Writing Instructor
Nashville
1012 Erin Ln
Nashville, TN 37221
United States
Phone: 6292558188
E-Mail: cindylmccain1@gmail.com

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