Member discounts for the Salt Cay Writers Retreat
April 7, 2013
Stunning retreat… with some big name authors, editors, and agents – all with a $500 discount for HNS members (email Richard Lee for the code before you register). This will be in addition to the early bird discount of $500 if booked during the early bird period (before June 1st 2013).
Here’s more about the retreat:
The Salt Cay Writers Retreat is for literary and upmarket commercial fiction writers, memoirists, and narrative non-fiction writers. Published authors who wish to take their writing to the next level are welcome to apply.
The retreat takes place October 20-26 on Salt Cay, Bahamas, a private island available exclusively to Backspace which was a former writer’s retreat in the 20’s-60’s where William Styron wrote Sophie’s Choice.We have a lot of intriguing events planned including a sunset dinner cruise around Nassau harbor, swimming with dolphins (really!), and plenty of time to allow writers to write in one of the most beautiful, secluded, relaxing places one can imagine.
Faculty members include:
Robert Goolrick, #1 New York Times bestselling author
Jacquelyn Mitchard, #1 New York Times bestselling author
Chuck Adams, Executive Editor, Algonquin Books (Water for Elephants)
Amy Einhorn, Publisher and Vice President, Amy Einhorn Books (The Help)
Kate Miciak, Editorial Directory and Vice President, Ballantine/Bantam
Michelle Brower, Folio Literary Management
Steven Fisher, Vice President, Agency for the Performing Arts
Erin Harris, Folio Literary Management
Jeff Kleinman, Founder, Folio Literary Management
Erin Nuimata, Senior Vice President, Folio Literary Management.
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