2004 Professional Writing Retreat B Highlights
Editing and Publication
Photographs from the 2004 Professional Writing Retreat B.
The Inn at Sunrise Springs features koi ponds, healing and organic gardens, and numerous paths to venture on in search of the perfect place to write.
The Blue Heron Restaurant at the Inn at Sunrise Springs (Santa Fe, New Mexico).
The ceremonial circle at the Inn at Sunrise Springs (Santa Fe, New Mexico).
A view of the Inn at Sunrise Springs (Santa Fe, New Mexico).
Participants from 12 writing project sites attended the 2004 National Writing Projectís Professional Writing Retreat B: Editing and Publication, in Santa Fe, New Mexico.
Cathy Kiffe, a teacher-consultant at the National Writing Project of Acadiana, finds a place to write in the beautiful garden.
Art Peterson, senior editor at the National Writing Project, works with Sandra Shattuck of the Alabama A & M University Writing Project.
Sylvia Bailey, co-director of the Oakland (MI) Writing Project, works in the atrium at the Inn at Sunrise Springs.
Eileen Simmons of the Oklahoma State University Writing Project reviews a draft of her manuscript and enjoys the outdoors.
Melissa Butler, of the Western Pennsylvania Writing Project, reviews her piece with facilitator, Tom Fox, director of the Northern California Writing Project.
Christian Knoeller of the Indiana Teachers of Writing Writing Project prepares to revise his manuscript.
Joe Check, director of the Boston Writing Project, provides feedback to Jane Hancock, co-director of the UCLA Writing Project, at the Professional Writing Retreat B: Editing and Publication.
Cathy Kiffe, teacher-consultant at the National Writing Project of Acadiana, Nancy Remler, director of the Coastal Georgia Writing Project, and Susan Ozbek teacher-consultant at the Rhode Island Writing Project, work together in a writing group during the NWP Professional Writing Retreat B.