We think our Big Sur writing workshop is the best of its kind in the country. Last year’s was a sell-out smash; this March’s should be equally fantastic. (I mean, the conference director is Andrea Brown, of Andrea Brown Literary Agency!)
But March 4-6 is just around the corner and spaces are running out fast. So, first and foremost, register via the Henry Miller Library mother ship.
As to those who’ve registered – and those still on the fence – full schedules will be going out soon. The main format will be small critique groups consisting of 4 to 6 people, each group devoted to a similar genre. Sessions are two hours each and participants will meet with 2 different faculty members, twice.
Sounds cool, right?
Don’t just take our word for it. Just Google “Big Sur writing workshop,” sit back, and be awed. Go ahead. We dare ya’. Still don’t believe me? Fine.
Read a Journey in Writing for Children, which speaks glowingly of the workshop. Money quote:
The conference director was Andrea Brown and many of her staff attended the workshop. It was excellent, with a mixture of presentations, critique groups, one-on-ones, and free time to write and revise. The ratio of staff to participant was incredible, approximately 80 participants to 20 staff.
Still don’t believe us? Hmm…OK, well, whatever.