Join Other Writers on Cape Cod to Write About Nature

If you love to write about nature, don’t miss the Cape Cod Feeding the Writer weekend, April 11-13, at the National Environmental Education Development (NEED)  Center in Truro, Massachusetts. The weekend is facilitated by veteran writers and editors Fred Taylor and Rowland Russell.

For many years, Fred and Rowland have led retreats at this exceptional setting for writers of all levels with an abiding love for wild nature. The weekend is a mix of formal and informal. Walks on the beach, whale-watching, and sumptuous meals intermingle with focused time for writing and dedicated small-group feedback on work both new and old.

The workshop will run from 5 p.m., Friday, to 1 p.m., Sunday. The registration fee is $200. For AUNE faculty, staff, and alumni, the fee is $175;  and for AUNE students, $150.

Register at the event registration page.  For more information or if you have questions, contact Rowland at [email protected] or Fred at [email protected]

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