Teaching Writing Workshops & Slow Traveling in the British Isles (Spring/Summer 2013)
From 20 April through August 2013, I’ll be leading creative writing workshops throughout the British Isles — in England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland.
This was announced via my Mindful Living Guide newsletter this past Monday, 18 March. Therein, we asked folk to email us if they were interested in helping us organize a workshop in their neck o’ the woods, and this request remains open for anyone who’d like to do so. As the local helper assisting us with distributing our flyers, and generally helping us find ten workshop participants, you’ll have a FREE place in the workshop yourself. And you’ll be a tremendous help to us in bringing the workshop to your hometown, and, thereby, well beyond this spring and summer.
The brilliant news is that by day’s end, we already had two locations identified — one in Eymet (Dordogne), France and one in Hastings, East Sussex. These workshops are now confirmed and open for bookings. Click on the relevant link, above, for details as well as to book your place. The former (Eymet) is a two-day writing workshop on Saturday & Sunday, 13 & 14 April; the latter (Hastings) is a one-day workshop on Saturday, 20 April. While Eymet is outside of the British Isles, it’s on our way home from Burgos, Spain, where we’ve been living since last September, and it’s a lovely area to spend a few days!
You can learn more via the Spring/Summer 2013 British Isles Writing Workshop Tour page on Mindful Living Guide.
Also, if you’d like to help us bring the British Isles Writing Workshop Tour to a place near you, please do get in touch. While we remain wholly open to considering all sorts of possibilities throughout England, Wales, Scotland and Ireland, we’re presently honing in on the following:
(England) Eastbourne, Lewes, Brighton & Hove, London, Cambridge, Oxford, Chichester, Guildford, Salisbury, Glastonbury, Exeter, Totnes, St Austell, St Ives, Torridge, Bath, Bristol, Stroud, Gloucester, Birmingham, Manchester, towns/villages in the Lake District; (Wales) Cardiff, Hay-on-Wye; (Scotland) Edinburgh, Glasgow, Stirling, Wigtown, West Kilbride, St Andrews; (N. Ireland) Portstewart, Portrush, Belfast; (Republic of Ireland) Dublin, Newbridge, Kinsale, Killarney, Limerick, Galway.
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Sean M. Madden is a writer-educator, photographer and slow traveler. A digital nomad, he’s also co-founder of Creative Thunder, helping creative individuals and small businesses to fire up their online presence and prowess. To get a free copy of the inspiring Creative Thunder Manifesto, click here.