Doe Branch Ink Writers' Retreat

Posted 8.31.10

Type: 
Conference
Location: 
Marshall, NC
Event Date: 
January 1, 2099

Doe Branch Ink offered retreats for poets, fiction writers, and creative nonfiction writers on 50 acres in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Marshall, North Carolina. The retreat included workshops with a writer-in-residence as well as time to write. The May 19 to May 25 workshop in fiction and creative nonfiction was led by June Spence; the June 2 to June 8 fiction workshop was led by Abigail DeWitt; the June 9 to June 15 workshop in poetry, fiction, and creative nonfiction was led by Marjorie Hudson; and the June 16 to June 22 workshop in creative nonfiction and feature journalism was led by Scott Huler. The cost of the retreat was $800 to $1,400, depending on accommodation, and included tuition, lodging, and all meals. Registration was accepted on a rolling basis, but must have been received no later than one month prior to the selected workshop. Visit the website for a registration form and complete guidelines. 

Contact Information: 

Doe Branch Ink Writers' Retreat, 2221 Doe Branch Road, Marshall, NC 28753. (919) 490-1558.

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