TLC Literary Adventures offers an environment where inspiration and improvisation meet. You will have access to world-class teaching, get a chance to work, read, listen, learn and relax in a stunning setting which will open the mind and senses. This retreat is for committed writers working on full-length fiction or non-fiction projects, or towards a collection of short stories.
“I haven’t had such a great time with such excellent company since… I can’t remember. Thank you for making my journey and stay something I will take with me for the rest of my life.”
This year’s Literary Adventure writing retreat is booking now. The annual TLC writing retreat holiday has been recommended in the Observer and is featured in this Top 5 Peaceful Writing Retreats by IAm and in this 10 Best Writing Retreats for 2016 by CompletelyNovel. Held at the beautiful Casa Ana in Andalucia, the 2016 retreat will run from September 10th-16th, with workshops led by acclaimed writer and gifted tutor Jacob Ross, author of Pynter Bender and Associate Editor at Peepal Tree Press.
“A stimulating and encouraging experience for those who are writing or who wish to do so with time to learn, reflect, and work on one’s project in a spectacular location, with very interesting, knowledgeable and helpful people.”
Places are strictly limited to 10 maximum (single spaces) with the possibility of two sharing spaces at a reduced rate on a first-come, first-served basis. Do book early to avoid disappointment. Recommendations on how to get to Casa Ana can be found here and we have previously accommodated guests from both the UK and abroad, with writers flying in from Australia, the United Arab Emirates, and Hong Kong.
A full programme can be found here, with pricing and booking details here, or do email Aki Schilz at email@example.com or call us on 020 7324 2563. We can provide a full break-down of room specifications on request.
“I found new inspiration on my Literary Adventure. My lovely week, with the most interesting and companiable fellow writers you would wish for, and inspirational tutors, has got me writing again with a passion I thought I had lost.”