Online Writing Retreat

Welcome to the MPC Online Covid Confinement Writing Retreat

Part 1:  Amanda Moore’s Social Distance Online Writing Retreat        March 16 – March 28

Part 2:  Meryl Natchez’ Social Distance Online Writing Retreat            March 30 – April 12

Part 3: Rebecca Foust’s Online Writing Retreat                                      April 13 – April 26

Part 4: Terry Lucas’s Online Writing Retreat                                           April 27 – May 3

Part 5: Judy Halebsky’s Online Writing Retreat                                       May 4 – May 10

Part 6: Kirsten Neff’s Online Writing Retreat                                          May 11 – May 17

Part 7: Rebecca Black’s Online Writing Retreat                                      May 18 –  May 24

Part 8: Prartho Sereno’s Online Writing Retreat                                    May 25 – June 7

Part 9: Albert Flynn DeSilver Online Writing Retreat                             June 8 – June 14

Part 10: Elizabeth Oxley Online Writing Retreat                                   June 15 – June 21

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Poetry is more relevant than ever in this time of social distancing, even as we have to move away from public readings and events to experience the reading and writing of poetry more privately. Inspired by Amanda Moore’s Social Distance Online Writing Retreat, and Meryl Natchez’ Social Distance Online Writing Retreat, (both of which we highly recommend), MPC has created its own Online Writing Retreat, during which local poets will take turns providing one or two weeks each of daily poetry inspiration–poems, craft essays, poetry prompts, submission ideas, and assorted recipes and musings. MPC hopes to bind our community virtually, and bring inspiration and comfort in these difficult times. We hope you’ll join or start discussions with fellow MPC members on the MPC Facebook page.

 

 

The current host of the MPC Online Writing Retreat is poet Elizabeth Oxley. Elizabeth’s work has appeared in Ruminate, Peregrine, and Poetry Review. She has studied poetry with the faculty of Aspen Words, Napa Valley Writers Conference, and the Key West Literary Seminar.