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This weekend at the Green River Writers Retreat at the Kavanaugh Center, Crestwood, KY about 20 writers from 4 states met. I worked on a picture book, “Jig,” and a New Adult thriller, “Dream Flyer.” Met lots of great writers. Green River Writers, Louisville, Kentucky. http://www.greenriverwriters.org/contest2.html

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Green River Writers met at the Kavanaugh Center in Crestwood, Kentucky from Thursday, January 22 to Sunday, January 25. About 20 writers from Ohio and all over Kentucky met to critique each other and to participate in writing exercises. They helped me with a YA fantasy, Osiris Must Die, and a poem, “Hey, Little Snowflake.”

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The Green River Writers Winter Retreat will be held January 22-25, Thursday-Sunday at the Kavanaugh Center, Crestwood, Kentucky. Lodging available, but day visitors welcome. Critiquing and writing exercises for prose and poetry. I will attend.

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The Green River Writers Poetry Retreat was held November 20-23 (Thursday through Sunday) at the Kavanaugh Center in Crestwood, Kentucky. About 30 poets from 4 states critiqued each other and participated in writing exercises. On Saturday, George Eklund, Professor of English, presented a two-hour poetry workshop.

http://www.greenriverwriters.org/home.html

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The Green River Writers Poetry Retreat will be November 20-23 at the Kavanaugh Center in Crestwood, Kentucky. On Saturday, November 22, George Eklund, Professor of English at Eastern Kentucky University, will present a two-hour poetry workshop. The cost is $25, no advance payment required. The $25 fee includes admission to critiques and exercises all day Friday and Saturday morning.

http://www.greenriverwriters.org/home.html

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Just finished the Green River Writer’s Summer Writing Retreat, Kavanaugh Center, Crestwood KY. About 25 writers from Kentucky, Indiana, Illinois, Ohio, and Louisiana met over a four-day period.

They helped me with my YA thriller, Osiris Must Die, and “Ma’at’s Grace,” a prayer for my Osiris Must Die. They also critiqued a poem, “And the Lakes Shall Give up their Dead.”

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At the Green River Writer’s Retreat, Kavanaugh Center, Crestwood KY. July 10-13, 2014. The lake is right outside my door.

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