The Todos Santos Writers Workshop

CASA DRACULA SEPT. 2007

The historic Casa Dracula was built in 1852 by Antonio Domingues

ANNOUNCING THE TODOS SANTOS WRITERS WORKSHOP JANUARY 2015

Following the successful inaugural launch of the Todos Santos Writers Workshop in January 2014, TSWW is pleased to announce the January 2015 program will take place January 26-31.  For more information click here.

The Todos Santos Writers Workshop, a new center for creative writing  is based in the historic pueblo magico of Todos Santos, Baja California Sur, Mexico. The Todos Santos Writers Workshop offers craft workshops in the art of Fiction, Poetry, Nonfiction and Memoir for writers at all levels led by professional authors and editors.

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All workshop sessions are located at the town’s landmark Casa Dracula, a 19th Century hacienda renowned in local legend and myth. Short stories, poems and essays are read and critiqued by the workshop leaders in a participatory setting. Writers with works-in-progress may also register for one-on-one mentoring sessions for an additional fee.

Special afternoon seminars are often open to the public featuring  guest speakers from the ranks of Baja writers and the literary world. The seminars take place in Casa Dracula’s unique courtyard gardens.

TSWW participants assembled as the day begins

TSWW participants assemble as the day begins…

Rex Weiner and his Non-fiction Workshop in the Salon of Casa Dracula

Rex Weiner and his Non-Fiction Workshop in the Salon of Casa Dracula

 

 

 

 

 

 

Gordon Chaplin and his Memoir Workshop

Gordon Chaplin and his Memoir Workshop

 

 

 

 

Jeanne McCulloch and her Fiction Workshop

Jeanne McCulloch and her Fiction Workshop

Peter Buck discusses music and writing at an afternoon seminar in the courtyard gardens
Peter Buck discusses music and writing at an afternoon seminar in the courtyard gardens, January 2014.

 

 

(L to R) Gordon Chaplin, Peter Buck, Jeanne McCulloch, Rex Weiner (photo by Howard Ekman)

(L to R) Gordon Chaplin, Peter Buck, Jeanne McCulloch, Rex Weiner (photo by Howard Ekman)