The Great Escape: Nature Writing Retreat 2015

doxycycline 100mg price Canada tent-balcony-viewWe are excited to announce that Olvar Wood will be offering an exclusive nature writing retreat next year, in late April.

buy 20 mg paxil tablets cheaper We’ll be ‘glamping’ at The Escape, at Shallow Crosssing, near Bateman’s Bay, on the south coast of NSW.  It’s a beautiful, wild setting: river frontage, amid a forest of spotted gums and cycads. The accommodation is glamorous and … the food to die for.

http://walk-me.co.uk/?w=buy-40-mg-cymbalta-online-cheaper It’s an immersion in nature, and writing about place – whether you’re dreaming of being the next Annie Dillard or Barry Lopez, wanting to write waves like Winton, or perhaps just wanting to sharpen your activist pencil to save your local environment.

follow There are five tents up for grabs, either for single or share occupancy, so a maximum of ten places for residential writers.

buy ampicillin online Izmir The cost is $1995 per person (single occupancy)

source link or $1607 per person (twin or double share).

http://www.canadianearthinstitute.org/?c=price-of-zithromax-NZ This includes:

  • all tuition (four morning workshops and one full-day workshop – held in the studio)
  • one-on-one feedback on writing submitted beforehand
  • 5 nights accommodation
  • drinks and nibbles on arrival
  • all meals & soft drinks
  • morning teas
  • half day nature walk with Yuin Nation elder, Noel Butler
  • evening fireside concert with local musician Roddy Reason
  • access to retreat kayaks.

http://www.faeganspub.com/?f=tetracycline-cost-with-insurance Tuition and feedback will be provided by Dr Inga Simpson.

http://www.olvarwood.com.au/?o=order-augmentin-online-Canada Non-residential nature writers will be able to attend a one-day workshop on the Thursday (10am-5pm), including lunch and morning tea, for $125.

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For bookings, please email admin@olvarwood.com.au

 

Rupetta

Nike’s wonderful novel, Rupetta, about a partly mechanical woman who lives four hundred years, hits the stands next month, published by Tartarus Press, in the UK.

If you don’t know Tartarus, they publish beautifully bound books in the specualtive fiction genre. (Angela Slatter’s short story collection, Sourdough, is also on their list). Get your hands on a hard copy of Rupetta if you can.

The book is beautifully written – sentences to die for – and the story rich with wisdom, historical texture, and gorgeous detail. I have to warn you, though; it’s a little heartbreaking.

Rupetta will be launched at the The Golden Fleece in York, on 9 February, if you are mobile or in the neighbourhood.

You can read an extract here:

And some background about the novel from nike’s website here: