|20-HOUR MASTER CLASS | FEB. 15–19 | 10:00 AM CST | $450 USD|
This innovative and inspiring Writing Adventure will galvanize the luscious journey of developing your Voice, style, — and your long-term project — whether novel, memoir or poetry or essay collection.
We’ll start with a short immersion into the invaluable and original process of WildWriting, then share 5 glorious days of enlivening practices in lyrical journaling, poetry, travel and food writing, memoir, dialogue and description, character development, all rooted in WildWriting in a hand-picked selection of gorgeous, fascinating San Miguel de Allende environs.
Our Adventures will include:
El Charco del Ingenio Botanical Gardens and nature preserve, to celebrate and drink in this vast native plant collection; Ignacio Martinez Mercado Tortilla-making and… wild Beauty!Desayuno, coffee and mural stroll at the Instituto Allende; ArtWrite at the galleries of Fabrica La Aurora, a converted sisal textile factory; WildWrite in the verdant Parque Juárez; Museo La Esquina: a giddy and playful collection of Folk Art: a writing romp; Chocolates y Churros San Agustín, listen to the swirl of conversation and write the stories surrounding us; Eat ‘n Write Taco Tour; dive into the sensual richness of our cuisine, finding language for scent, texture, and flavor; The Jardín, set to Mariachi music, as evening light embraces the soaring pink spires of Parroquia de San Miguel Arcángel and the town starts her weekend festivities; Rosewood Rooftop Relax ‘n Write the breathtaking, horizon-wide views; Performance Playshop: we culminate our San Miguel WildWriting Adventure by giving a Public Reading of our new and best work!
Plus! Each writer will receive ½ hour of personal mentoring time, either in person or online, or developmental editing on a project of their choice.
|Judyth Hill, poet, author, teacher, editor, educated at Sarah Lawrence College, recipient of numerous literary grants, is the current President of San Miguel PEN. She’s authored nine poetry books and the internationally acclaimed poem, Wage Peace. Judyth conducts writing workshops worldround, authored poetry curriculum for the O’Keeffe and Folk Art Museums, edits manuscripts: judythhill.com, and leads global WildWriting Culinary Adventures, eat-write-travel.com. St. Helena Examiner described Hill as, “Energy with skin”, and the Denver Post as, “A tigress with a pen.”|