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Hello, creative people! I have something for the literary peeps. The Bread Loaf Environmental Writer’s Conference 2018 will be taking place this June. Here are just a few things to look at…
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5th Annual Bread Loaf Environmental Writers’ Conference
The 5th annual Bread Loaf Environmental Writers’ Conference is a week-long writers’ conference, based on the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference model, that’s designed to hone the skills of people interested in producing literary writing about the environment and the natural world. The conference is co-sponsored by the Middlebury College Environmental Studies Program and the Franklin Environmental Center.
2018 DATES AND LOCATION
Friday, June 1 – Thursday, June 7, 2018. The conference will take place at the Bread Loaf Campus of Middlebury College in Ripton, Vermont.
PROGRAM AND SCHEDULE
The conference will incorporate the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference model of small, focused workshops coupled with specialized classes focusing on the craft of writing. Workshops will be limited to ten participants so that each manuscript will receive individual, focused attention, and critique. All participants will also meet individually with their workshop leader to amplify and refine what was said in the workshop itself. Established editors, literary agents, and publishers will give presentations on placing work in magazines and navigating the environmental book publishing world…5
Click here to see 2017 Schedule.
2018 FACULTY AND GUESTS
Bread Loaf Environmental Writers’ Conference will feature seven workshops with up to ten participants in each group. Faculty will include acclaimed nature and environmental writers including poets Brooks Haxton and Amber Flora Thomas; fiction writer Luis Alberto Urrea; and nonfiction writers Ted Genoways, Deirdre Heekin, Scott Russell Sanders, and Ginger Strand. In addition to their literary accomplishments, each faculty member has been specifically chosen for their skill at guiding developing writers.
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