What do Virginia Woolf, Daphne du Maurier, Agatha Christie, John Le Carré, Thomas Hardy, Tristan and Yseult, and Britain’s King Arthur have in common? The lighthouse and castle-studded Cornwall, where their journeys—along those of with many another literary and legendary character—led.
We have only one spot left in our next Wanderland Writers™ workshop, the latest in a series of adventures that take writers around the world to wander, write and possibly contribute to a new Wanderland Writers™ project. I was delighted to announce earlier this month that our last anthology won first place in its category from the London Book Festival.
Participating writers are always treated to extraordinary digs—in this case, lodging on castle grounds; workshops and excursions almost daily; as well as dinners, fêtes and other gatherings that make the environment, however unusual or unfamiliar, feel as welcoming as home. We also provide plenty of time to find, write, and workshop your stories; the opportunity to confer with seasoned editors in polishing your work for publication; and the experience of reading and sharing your contributions with an audience worldwide.
I’ve been teaching these workshops for a long time. Past adventures have taken writers to the South of France, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Costa Rica, Paris and Bali. Future adventures will include Japan (my personal favorite) and the Czech Republic.
For complete details, go to the Wanderland Writers™ website and check out where we’ve been and where we’re going!