San Miguel de Allende
Next Studio-Workshop Trip:
ART OF THE NOUN:
PEOPLE, PLACES, THINGS, IDEAS
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Animate and enliven your writing through daily writing practice, craft conversations, and critique workshops. Start, revise, and aim to finish one new story – fiction or nonfiction – plus take away drafts, ideas, and desire to create more.
SAN MIGUEL DE ALLENDE is a safe and vibrant cobblestone town of artists, expats, tourists, and locals set on a high desert plateau at the geographical center of mainland Mexico. It offers a pleasing climate, colonial architecture, great food and music, a spirited central plaza, parks and hills to walk, and thermal hot springs a short bus or taxi ride away.
Marianne Rogoff has been leading Studio-Workshop Trips for Writers since 2004. The curriculum is welcoming to new and advanced writers, whether you're writing for publication or personal reasons.
"Studio" means new writing will be generated in response to prompts and assignments.
"Workshop" means feedback on new writing or old work-in-progress will be offered when desired.
"Trips" means exploring, observing, and enjoying the scenery, new views, and good company.
Use Contact page to get in touch for more details and to sign up for next trip.
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