A workshop/playshop on exploring your creative spirit and finding your voice through writing at Easton Mountain
In this interactive, hands-on small group experience, we will:
- Share snapshots of our life journeys as men
- Read excerpts from established writers—Sedaris, Burroughs, and others and learn from their technique
- Loosen up your writing muscles through a series of fun exercises
- Get supportive feedback on your work
- Develop an action plan to keep writing and to express your creativity in the world
About the Facilitator
Judah Leblang is a writer, teacher and storyteller in Boston. His radio essays and commentaries have been broadcast on more than 160 NPR and ABC network stations around the US. His column, “Life in the Slow Lane,” runs regularly in Bay Windows, Boston’s weekly gay newspaper. His first book, “Finding My Place: One Man’s Journey from Cleveland to Boston and Beyond,” was published in December 2009. Samples of his work and information on upcoming workshops are on his publisher's website and on his personal website. Check out the video below to see Judah talk about what writing from real life is about.
Rates and Accommodations
All rates include housing, food and programming unless otherwise noted. Bookings are per person per bed.
Commuter: $275 - Does not include Housing. Use this option if you want to attend the programming and have meals, but wish to stay off campus.
Garden Cabin: $395 - Dormitory style with 5 bunk beds that can sleep up to 10 people. Bathrooms facilities in the Lodge, 500 ft away.
Quad: $445 - Each quad room has two sets of bunk beds. its own bathroom and a shower. You may be sharing with up to 3 other guests.
Semi Private: $595 - Each semi-private room has 2 beds, a bathroom and shower. You may be sharing with 1 other guest.