Fall 2019 Residency: Four Opportunities for Alums

#1: SpaldingCon, November 21-23A three-day professional conference.
Track A: Take a faculty-led workshop by John Pipkin, Rachel Harper, Kira Obolensky, or Robin Lippincott.
Track B: Use workshop time as a writing retreat, and receive a faculty/staff review of a script or novel manuscript.
– There’s even an option to both take a workshop and receive a manuscript review for an additional charge!

Details:
– $449 until September 8; $499 after that.
– Registration closes September 15.
– Brown Hotel rooms available at $110/night first-come, first-served.

#2: NaNoWriMo, November 16-23Hang out in the Mansion and write, surrounded by creative energy! Free coffee, door prizes, and an alum leader to keep the momentum going.

Details:
– $50 to register
– Registration closes September 15.
– Brown Hotel rooms available at $110/night first-come, first-served.

#3: Full-residency collage workshop with Dianne Aprile, November 15-24Alums who take this generative workshop participate in residency as students, including access to all curriculum sessions, events and meals.

Details:
– $1,755 registration fee includes a double room at the Brown Hotel for the nine nights of residency. Single-room upgrade available for $200.
– Registration closes August 15.

#4: Traditional full-residency workshops, November 15-24Participate alongside students in any genre you choose. Workshop leaders are Silas House (fiction), Kenny Cook (fiction), Douglas Manuel (poetry), Roy Hoffman (creative nonfiction), Beth Bauman (writing for children & young adults), Charlie Schulman (playwriting), Helena Kriel (screenwriting).

Details:
– $1,755 registration fee includes a double room at the Brown Hotel for the nine nights of residency. Single-room upgrade available for $200.
– Because current students must be accommodated first, workshop space for alums is allocated from a waitlist. The window to request a waitlist slot is August 15 – September 15. Applicants will be notified by September 19.