The 9-Hour Writing Retreat

Jun 08, 2024 9:00AM—6:00PM


Write On, Door County 4210 Juddville Rd. Fish Creek, WI 54212

Cost $225.00



Many writers can’t get away for weeks at a time, but it’s great to have short bursts — like a full Saturday in early June — to devote to a project. Join authors Tara DaPra and Jennie Young for a full day of immersion into your writing project. The day will begin with goal setting and grounding writing prompts. The retreat includes sustained writing time, optional one-on-one conferences, group workshops, and will end with a celebratory reading. Lunch is provided, along with refreshments throughout the day. 

Class size: Maximum 15, minimum 7.

Member discount: Member of Write On receive a 10% discount on all classes and workshops. To become a member, please click here. To receive the discount, members must log in to the website using their unique password and enter member10 in the promotion code box. The code is case sensitive.

Teaching Artists:

Tara DaPra is an associate teaching professor of English and Writing Foundations at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. She’s certain that the process of writing is a great philosophy for most difficult tasks in work and life. She earned an MFA in Creative Writing from the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, and her writing has appeared in The Washington PostCreative Nonfiction, and Inside Higher Education.

Jennie Young is a writer and English professor at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. She publishes work in humor, feminism, and dating dynamics. Her writing can be found in McSweeney’sMs. MagazineThe IndependentHuffpostEducation Week, and elsewhere. She wrote a textbook on high school culture using applied rhetoric, critical discourse analysis, and primary metaphor analysis methodologies; she is currently applying these same methodologies in a project on digital dating. She has a Ph.D. in rhetoric and discourse studies from Case Western Reserve University and a certificate in satire writing from The Second City Chicago. She directs the Writing Foundations program at UWGB and is the editor of the academic satire site The Monocle of Higher Education.