The retreat is designed for writers who have works of fiction (short stories or novels), poetry, or creative nonfiction either complete or in progress and who wish to focus on revising or completing this work and identifying the next steps on their writing paths.
The retreat will be held at the beautiful, historic Grailville Retreat Center, Loveland, Ohio and will be led by writers Kevin Haworth and Lynne Hugo.
Kevin Haworth is Assistant Professor of English at Ohio University, and Executive Editor, Ohio University Press & Swallow Press. He holds an M.F.A., Fiction Writing, Arizona State University and a B.A., English, Vassar College. His most recent
novel is The Discontinuity of Small Things (Quality Words in Print, 2005).
Lynne Hugo's publications include five novels, most recently Last Rights. She is a National Endowment For The Arts Fellowship recipient, and has also received repeat individual artists grants from the Kentucky Foundation for Women and the Ohio Arts Council. Hugo holds a Bachelor's degree from Connecticut College, and a Master's from Miami University.
Applications are due September 10. For more information about the Fall Weekend Writers' Retreat, including a schedule and application information, visit www.antiochwritersworkshop.com.