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Write Life Retreat 22: Voices from the Write Life

February 20 @ 8:00 pm - 9:30 pm EST

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Announcement of upcoming Public Reading from the authors in the Write Life. Feb 20. 5-6:30 Pacific time. free admission. go to drbi.org to register.Fresh from a week-long retreat, members of the open, online writing and critique group, The WriteLife, will share short excerpts from their work. Come to learn about the group, and to hear diverse voices share in a variety of genres—biography, memoir, essay, poetry, fiction.

Participants will learn about writing projects of community members, they will be uplifted by the spirit and melody of crafted writing, inspired by vision, and touched by honest human experience. Hearing writers read their own work is a special treat!

There will be up to 13 readers. Anne Perry and Joyce Litoff and Michelle Goering will help welcome and introduce the program and introduce the authors.

Click here to read about the authors.

90 minute session on Sunday, February 20, 2022 starting:  8:00 PM Eastern _ 7:00 PM Central  _ 6:00 PM Mountain _ 5:00 PM Pacific Time
This session is complimentary however a donation today helps DRBI continue to offer exceptional content to you. Thank you in advance. Please donate here.  And note, donors still need to register for the course.

Co-Hosts

Head shot of Michelle Goering, framed against tall grasses Michelle has long brown hair and blue eyes.
Michelle Goering
Head shot of Joyce Litoff. Joyce is turning sideways, she has short red hair, brown eyes and is wearing a coral jacket.
Joyce Litoff
Head Shot of author Anne Perry. She's smiling, her head is tilted and she has curly red hair
Anne Perry

Details

Date:
February 20
Time:
8:00 pm - 9:30 pm EST
Cost:
Free

Venue

Online

One thought on “Write Life Retreat 22: Voices from the Write Life

  1. I am a registered member of Desert Rose. My sister, who is not, is trying to register for tonight and is being asked for a password. Can she just make one up? She tried “finnegan1995” and it wasn’t accepted. It’s been a long time since I registered and I don’t remember the password I gave you but I’m sure wouldn’t have given you my real password. What does she need to do? Thanks.

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