…at a writer’s retreat. Yes! It’s possible. While your friends and neighbors are bemoaning gray skies and dismal snow slush, you could be honing your writing skills at WRITER’S CAMP with well-known local author Amanda Turner 5-19 February 2023.
The accommodation options are very flexible and range from $150 to $250 with “Buddy [room-share] Add-ons” at a reduced price.
Your ticket will include two nights’ accommodations, three meals and a dessert Charcuterie board Friday night, as well as all seven sessions and a group critique. One-on-one critiques or edits can be purchased for an additional fee.
The Cabin (Boise) has released their January and February 2022 workshops. There appears to be something for everyone, genre- and interest-wise. In addition, there’s a mix of online and in-person opportunities, depending upon your location and pandemic concerns.
This Saturday (13 November 2021, beginning at 11:30 a.m. MT) Kate Baray will host an Idaho Writers Guild “Write Track” session a topic relevant to most writers — conveniently in the middle of NaNoWriMo month.
She’ll discuss two of her favorite tactics: accountability and sprinting.
The online meeting will open with discussion, move to Kate’s suggestions, and close with some short sprints.
The Idaho Creative Writer’s Network (ICAN) invites everyone to join together for a full-day writing retreat. Register ahead of time (or just show up). It’s:
Online (so no COVID-19 worries and clothing is casual-casual)
On January 30, we’ll welcome you at 9:00 am on Facebook, meet back at noon to check our progress, have a mid-afternoon Facebook break and then conclude at 5:00 pm on Facebook to report our mutual success.
They’re currently meeting via Zoom (online conference, during COVID) with the next meeting scheduled for Tuesday, 19 January 2021 at 6:30 p.m. You can network with colleagues and even submit your work for feedback. Contact maryannfraser.com to register for the meeting and to answer any questions you might have.