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Writing Retreat
September 7, 8 & 9, 2012

Registration for 2012 is closed

Face the Page offers a weekend retreat designed to help you discover your voice, find inspiration, or renew your purpose in writing. Whether you’re just starting out on the journey of being a writer or have a work in progress you long to devote some time to, this retreat is for you.

A former ski lodge in the mountains of north Idaho provides an inspirational setting for indulging your need to write. You will be able to connect with other writers, enjoy discussions on the writing life, explore new techniques, and have plenty of time to daydream and write. You will find renewed inspiration and practical strategies to fuel your writing once you return to everyday life.

During the day, look forward to multiple short sessions to try out some new ideas for igniting your creativity and imagination, as well as longer stretches of time to find a cozy nook or inspiring view to kindle your urge to write. Enjoy evenings socializing with other writers in the intimate atmosphere of the Palouse Divide Lodge.

Tucked away in the St. Joe National Forest, the lodge is a tranquil setting in the pines that feels far removed from the hustle and bustle of the workaday world, yet is an easy drive from Spokane International Airport and Moscow/Pullman Airport. Transportation is available from Pullman Airport with prior arrangements.

Space is limited so register early!

Palouse Divide Lodge

$280 Registration* includes:
  • 2 nights shared accommodations
  • Friday dinner
  • Saturday brunch, light lunch, dinner
  • Sunday brunch, light lunch
  • snacks
  • all workshop materials
$100 deposit to reserve your spot due by May 31, 2012
(Deposit is non-refundable after 5/31/2012 unless someone is able to take your spot)
Balance due by August 1, 2012

To register, please email

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