Cost: $264 per person.**
workshop, 2 dinners, 2 breakfasts, 2 lunches.
Accommodations: www.McGregorMountainLodge.com, 1-800-835-8439
This lovely property is ½ mile from the entrance to Rocky Mountain National Park.
**Lodging is not included in workshop cost.
The Magic of Winter Words…
A Safe Place To Share Your Writing
By gathering in an intimate
setting to share meals, conversation and a love of writing, our small group builds the trust needed to give and receive useful
critique of our work.
Who’s It For? Writers of fiction, memoir, creative or narrative nonfiction, nature writing,
expository nonfiction, adult, young adult and children's writing. Submissions span various genres.
"I highly recommend Mary Taylor Young's workshop for anyone who has a piece of writing that
needs help in getting over the 'hump'. If you need meaningful critique and suggestions, this is the weekend for
“The workshop was wonderful! The best I've ever taken (and I've taken a lot)—great group of people
and the venue was perfect.”
“I didn't want to break the spell as I left Sunday morning! I learned soooo much, can't wait to find
time to re-write my piece and maybe share it again for comments. I found the feedback invaluable, supportive, and non-judgmental.”
About Workshop Leader
Mary Taylor Young is a best-selling and award-winning
Colorado writer, author of 13 books and hundreds of magazine and newspaper articles. Mary has taught writing for more than
20 years in many venues including the University of Kansas, Rocky Mountain National Park and numerous writing conferences.
– Arrive, get acquainted
6 – 8 pm
– Dinner, welcome, overview , writing craft talk
8 – 8:30 am
– 12 n
– 1 pm
– Workshop continues
4 – 6 pm
– Writing time/nature walk
6 – 7 pm
– Open mic session (optional)
8 – 8:30 am
– 12:30 pm – Workshop/open work session
- bring questions, problems
12:30 pm – 2:00 pm
– Light lunch, wrap-up, goodbyes