|photo of porch post detail at the cabin where I stay during Echoes|
One visitor will be Kari Gunter-Seymour, Poet Laureate of Athens, Ohio and founder of WomanSpeak.
The mill at Millpoint, WV, which has been undergoing renovation, is not far from the workshop site and is a fascinating place to visit. The hours it's open are random, though, as it's being done as volunterr work by one great guy. If it's open, I'd like to take the class there for a tour. What stories and poems would such a place spark?
Scenery abounds in Pocahontas county.
Beauty everywhere the eye falls.
The Bing Brothers Band, some of the best old-time musicians in West Virginia. The Bing brothers are also founders and board members of Echoes.
|Me, hard at work at the WV Writers Fall Conference.|
I love to write.
Tell me, what would *you* want to do/learn/experience in such a workshop?
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