This site features current writing opportunities for authors of all genres, with a preference for Christian publications. The submission opportunities featured on this blog site have been collected by Sally Clark. I am not an editor, publisher, or an agent. I am a writer who enjoys sharing submission information I find on the web with other writers. 

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Writers League of Texas Summer Retreat in Alpine, TX

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, June 23, 2014
Writers League of Texas Summer Retreat in Alpine, TX
 
2014 Summer Writing Retreat
August 2-7, 2014
Sul Ross State University in Alpine, Texas
 
The 2014 Writers' League of Texas Summer Writing Retreat will be held August 2-7 at Sul Ross State University in Alpine, the perfect summer escape. There’s something truly special and one of a kind about the stunning landscape of mountainous West Texas — not to mention the refreshing afternoon showers and cool summer evenings — that inspires writers to commune with each other and their natural surroundings and to, most importantly, dig deep and hone their craft.
 
During this six-day retreat, five intensive writing workshops will be taught simultaneously by five of Texas’ premier authors, offering a unique experience for participants to enjoy an intimate class setting during the day and a larger group dynamic outside of the classroom throughout the week. Open to all genres and categories within fiction, non-fiction, memoir and poetry, with classes for both beginners and more seasoned writers, this retreat is singular in its focus, its emphasis on community, and its low registration rates.
 
Tuition:  $329 Members, $379 Non-Members
 
2014 Course Options:
"Editing Your Way to Excellence: The Second Phase of Making Your Book Sing"
with Carol Dawson
"Capturing Real Life: Long-Form Narrative in a Short-Form World"
with Michael Hall
"The Art of Memoir: Discovering and Deepening Your Story"
 with Donna M. Johnson
"The Damned Rough Draft: Reframing and Reimagining Your Novel in its Beginning Stages"
with Karleen Koen
"One-Week Exercise Program: Wingbeats II Workshop"
 with Scott Wiggerman
 
See website for more details.




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Writers League of Texas Summer Retreat in Alpine, TX

Posted by Sally Clark on Monday, June 23, 2014
Writers League of Texas Summer Retreat in Alpine, TX
 
2014 Summer Writing Retreat
August 2-7, 2014
Sul Ross State University in Alpine, Texas
 
The 2014 Writers' League of Texas Summer Writing Retreat will be held August 2-7 at Sul Ross State University in Alpine, the perfect summer escape. There’s something truly special and one of a kind about the stunning landscape of mountainous West Texas — not to mention the refreshing afternoon showers and cool summer evenings — that inspires writers to commune with each other and their natural surroundings and to, most importantly, dig deep and hone their craft.
 
During this six-day retreat, five intensive writing workshops will be taught simultaneously by five of Texas’ premier authors, offering a unique experience for participants to enjoy an intimate class setting during the day and a larger group dynamic outside of the classroom throughout the week. Open to all genres and categories within fiction, non-fiction, memoir and poetry, with classes for both beginners and more seasoned writers, this retreat is singular in its focus, its emphasis on community, and its low registration rates.
 
Tuition:  $329 Members, $379 Non-Members
 
2014 Course Options:
"Editing Your Way to Excellence: The Second Phase of Making Your Book Sing"
with Carol Dawson
"Capturing Real Life: Long-Form Narrative in a Short-Form World"
with Michael Hall
"The Art of Memoir: Discovering and Deepening Your Story"
 with Donna M. Johnson
"The Damned Rough Draft: Reframing and Reimagining Your Novel in its Beginning Stages"
with Karleen Koen
"One-Week Exercise Program: Wingbeats II Workshop"
 with Scott Wiggerman
 
See website for more details.




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Sally Clark Like finding shells on the beach, I love doing market research! And what I find, I love to share! I write in a variety of genres including children's, Christian, poetry, fiction, and nonfiction, so these post follow along those lines. Check out my web site: www.sallyclark.info, for more about me.

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