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Writers' Retreat at Folly Beach, SC Oct. 6-9

writers retreatTHE WRITERS’ WORKSHOP

387 Beaucatcher Road

Asheville, NC 28805

www.twwoa.org  *  828-254-8111 *   writersw@gmail.com



             Oct. 6-9:  Writers’ Retreat at Folly Beach, SC

The Writers’ Workshop of Asheville is hosting its 18th Annual Writers’ Retreat at Folly Beach, SC, from Oct. 6-9.

It is open to a small group of beginning or experienced writers, and is an ideal place to relax, write and review participant’s work.  Daily sessions in fiction, creative non-fiction, memoirs and self-editing will be led by The Writers’ Workshop instructors. Participants will share a beach house near the ocean.

The all-inclusive rate (except for meals) is $495 for a private room, or $450 shared. The commuter rate is $55 per day.

The retreat is limited to 8 participants, and the registration deadline is Sept. 10 with a deposit of $200 at www.twwoa.org.

For more information, please call or email 828-254-8111/writersw@gmail.com.

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