Summer Workshop Program 2023

Please note: The tuition for all Summer Program Workshops is the following:
$900-Sustaining Rate, $700-Regular Rate, $500-Student/Teacher Rate
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Marion Winik The Craft of Nonfiction August 11 to August 16, 2019 Tuition: $650 Workshop: 1-4pm Discipline: Nonfiction/Memoir OPEN TO ALL On-site Housing NOT Available - Off-site Housing Options

This workshop offers an opportunity for creative nonfiction writers (memoirists and personal essayists) to get feedback on existing work, start new pieces and plan revisions. The first part of the week will be devoted to workshop-style discussion of submitted manuscripts. Mid-week, we will begin two major generative exercises that will take us through the end of the week, one of which draws inspiration from the seaside environment. Our class discussions will touch on persona, self-implication, ethics, the roles of imagination and research, the business of writing and any other questions students have.

Please submit a single essay or section of a larger piece (2,000 words max, double-spaced, 12pt font) to Dawn Walsh at by July 26. Your work will then be distributed to the group to read prior to the workshop.


Marion Winik is the author of The Big Book of the Dead, First Comes Love, Above Us Only Sky and seven other books, among them New York Times Notable selections. She writes and illustrates an award-winning column at and has published in The New York Times Magazine, The Sun, and many other places. She writes book reviews for People, Newsday, The Washington Post, Kirkus Reviews, and her own podcast, The Weekly Reader. She was a commentator on All Things Considered for fifteen years. Winik is a professor in the MFA program at the University of Baltimore and has taught writing workshops all over the world since the 1990s.

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