And the Magic 8 Ball says–
–nothing until May 10, 2013.
Just sent off my application for the Squaw Valley Writers Workshop in Fiction. Ironically, the short story I submitted is called “Abandon Hope,” something I refuse to do when it comes to writing.
Poets and screenwriters can also apply for workshops in their respective genres. Polymaths–oh, go ahead and apply to all three. For those of you still sitting on the fence,
the deadline for applications has been extended to April 5. That means they have to ARRIVE by April 5, not be postmarked by that date. So get crackin’!!
This year, as usual, a stellar faculty awaits your manuscript, chafing to work their fingers into its crevices and your sinews. Consider it a literary deep tissue massage equivalent to Rolfing. You and your words will come out the other side changed for the better, although you may feel you’ve walked through the Squaw Valley of Death to get there. But never fear, you’ll never walk alone. 😮
Seriously, you’ll be glad you did.
Now, I’m off to spend some quality time with my son in the heartland for spring break. I hear it just snowed there, so this San Franciscan is packing heavy.