Next workshop: August 16-21, 2020, at Chico Hot Springs

The Elk River Writers Workshop embodies the idea that deep, communal experiences with the wild open the door to creativity. We bring together some of the most celebrated nature writers in the United States with students who are serious about fostering a connection with the environment in their writing. It all happens at Chico Hot Springs, a historic retreat 40 miles from Yellowstone National Park.

Our workshop takes place in one of the most wild and beautiful settings in the country, a place which has inspired the work of conservationists, writers and artists for over a century. During our five-day workshop, we offer critiques of students’ writing, excursions in and around Paradise Valley, and a chance to join a community of writers, artists and conservationists who are attempting to tackle climate change in their lives and art.

Workshop classes take place in the mornings at Chico Hot Springs and are limited to 10 students each. In the afternoons, students may select from a menu of excursions with experts in local ecology, wildlife and archaeology.

 

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    • marcbeaudin March 11, 2016 / 1:20 pm

      That’s great! Just click the “Admissions” tab on the top of the page for details on how to apply.
      Thanks!

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  1. johnson akpos March 15, 2016 / 11:48 pm

    Is the Elk River Workshop open to international participation?

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  2. EllaSpeakz March 24, 2016 / 10:24 pm

    I write poetry. Do you except poet applicants are you strictly looking for novel based writers or any type of longer literature form other than poetry?

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    • marcbeaudin March 25, 2016 / 9:36 am

      The workshop is open to writers in any genre, including poetry.

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