Registration for Fall Retreat is Closed
Thank you for your interest in the final writing retreat of 2018! Keep an eye on my Facebook page for updates and a view into this retreat.
Save the date: Midwinter Retreat
The Midwinter Writing Retreat is coming up on January 19, 2019. It’s a great way to start your new writing year and also makes a great gift for the writer in your life. Early-bird registration is now open. Contact me to reserve your spot. Details below:
Saturday, January 19, 2019
9:30 am – 3:30 pm, $100
Register before December 22 for 25% off the full price. Registration closes January 5.
During this retreat, we will focus on the power of myth, creativity, and the mundus imaginalis, or the World of Imagination.
Because winter is a season particularly rich in symbolism and a time we traditionally look inward, our work will center on cultivating creativity and seeking ways to enter and interact with the world of myths and archetypes that – according to scholar James Hillman and psychoanalyst Carl Gustav Jung – exist not within us, but around us. We will work with the ways myths, fairy tales, and folklore undergird all good storytelling, no matter the genre, no matter the culture, and can even help us make sense of ourselves in relation to the world around us.
Come prepared to do some meditative and creative work to access your own portal to the mundus imaginalis.
Bring your preferred writing implements and your favorite winter dish to share for a potluck meal. I will provide coffee, tea, hot cocoa, filtered water, and light refreshments throughout the day.
Number of participants are limited to 5.
Need a place to stay?
Are you traveling to Central Washington for a retreat? Check out Zillah Lakes Inn, a privately owned, lakeside boutique hotel located in the heart of wine country, within easy walking distance of my home.
When you book your stay, tell Pam or Doug that Crystal Bevers sent you.