Posted by: anitanolan | December 30, 2010

The Kenyon Review Writers Workshop

Writers Workshop Logo

June 18-25, 2011

It’s a bit like boot camp (without the yelling and obstacle courses) for serious writers.

I can’t resist a plug for the Kenyon College Writing Workshop. The campus has been named one of the most beautiful in the world (and they have a great soccer team, too!) From the website:

Intensely creative, pushing you beyond what you thought you were capable of achieving—you eat, sleep, drink, breathe writing. And all around you are your fellow writers and instructors, cheering you on, encouraging you, word by word.

Workshops are held for three hours each morning, focusing on writing exercises, reading and critiquing work, and talking about writing technique. The afternoons allow private time for reading and writing. Evenings are spent with public readings from instructors, visiting writers, and workshop participants.

Whether you’ve been writing for years, recently graduated from an MFA program, or have just now decided to take the leap out of your private notebooks and into a classroom, you’ll find a workshop here to help you accomplish your literary goals.

Kenyon is nestled in the rolling hills of the Kokosing River Valley, which offers opportunities for hiking, canoeing, and exploring nature. The College supports the Brown Family Environmental Center, and students frequent the Kokosing Gap Trail, a beautiful, paved 14-mile trail built on a former Pennsylvania Railroad bed, which is considered one of the largest volunteer-maintained bicycling trails in the nation.

Kenyon College Campus

Tuition & Cancellation

The cost of The Kenyon Review Writers Workshop is $1,995, which includes tuition, a room, and breakfast and dinner. There will be a $200 discount for returning participants. If you are accepted you will be asked to complete an enrollment form and return it within two weeks of your acceptance with a nonrefundable deposit of $500. The balance of your tuition is due on May 15, 2011.

Online applications will be available starting in January 2011

More information here:  https://www.kenyonreview.org/workshops-wwinfo.php

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