At writing retreats, faculty and graduate students spend one full day writing in a quiet space with no talking, no distractions.

We'll provide breakfast and lunch, along with water, coffee, and tea. Space is limited to 45 and fills quickly.

All writing retreats are 8:30AM–4:00PM in the Howe Center for Writing Excellence. Within two weeks of the retreat you've signed up for, you'll receive a Google Calendar invite to confirm your registration.

Winter Term Writing Retreat: Tuesday, January 21–Friday, January 24, 8:30AM–4:00PM

This writing retreat will include an exclusive workshop on Tuesday, Jan 21, 1:00PM–2:30PM on "Reimagining the Work of Writing Through Tools and Technologies,” conducted by Tim Lockridge: 

This hands-on workshop will introduce you to a number of technologies and strategies for developing ideas. Topics introduced may include tools for notetaking, mindmapping, outlining, and planning writing tasks across periods of time. Participants will document their existing writing practices and imagine how new technologies might help them approach writing tasks in different ways. No familiarity with technology required.

Retreat attendees who will attend this workshop should indicate that they will attend on the writing retreat registration form below. Attendees are welcome to attend all or some days of the writing retreat, indicated on the registration form.