Calling all college and university faculty: Are you in need of time and space in which to write? Are you having trouble meeting writing deadlines? Has Covid life and the shake-up in your teaching schedules and format–i.e. all of us, at home, all the time–made it near to impossible to make headway on important papers and projects? Do you have grants and/or other funds allocated for conferences, retreats, workshops, and professional development, which must be used by a certain time?
Come join us in the beautiful Western North Carolina mountains at one-of-a-kind Earthshine Lodge for our Spring Academic Writing Retreat, April 13 – 15, 2021.
At Earthshine, you’ll have comfortable, private, and dedicated space in which to write–and a community of faculty to support and encourage writing progress and goals. It’s a 3-day, immersive retreat which includes dedicated writing time, professional workshops, and opportunities to connect with your fellow academics. Otherwise known as: folks in your boat.
There’s also yoga, guided hikes, nature time, meditation, and rocking chairs looking out over a rolling mountain view as old as time. Best of all, everything on the schedule is optional: this is your time.
I’ll be your Guest Host for the retreat, and I couldn’t be happier. Earthshine is a unique spot, and I can’t wait to help you take advantage of everything it has to offer. I’m a recovering academic, former adjunct professor, and a writer myself, so I also know that what you need most of all is quiet time. Let’s meet on the mountain!
For more information about the Spring Academic Writing Retreat at Earthshine Lodge, Earthshine’s Covid-19 safety protocols, and to register, click here.