Writing Retreat Bali
Seven nights. Six writers. One seriously playful retreat.
Writing Retreat Bali. Finesse your novel, plot your screenplay, sell your news story, refine your poetry and build a copywriting portfolio. This is a seven day swoop into creative and commercial writing, replete with stimulating wordfood that aims to inspire, entertain and sustain.
Perfectly timed, just before the Ubud Writers’ Festival…
Go to Writing Retreat Bali AND UWRF and Save 20% at Both
Book a ticket with us and we’ll give you a code to save 20% at the checkout with UWRF. Likewise, if you have a ticket to UWRF, we’ll give you 20% off your ticket to Writing Retreat Bali. Terms apply.
Writing Retreat Bali Line-up
A stellar line-up of seriously playful scribes with top-notch credentials. You’ll be guided by two regarded novelists, an AFI nominated screenwriter, a New York Times Journalist, a BBC Radio New Voice and a freelance copywriter who travels the world, writing for global brands.
New Day. New Writer.
Each day, these worldly, wordic siths will impart their wisdom, guide you through a workshop, set you tasks, offer insightful feedback and give you time to write, rest or explore. There are only twenty residential spaces available, so book yours early to avoid disappointment.
- 7 nights in a beautiful Balinese bungalow
- Organic breakfast, lunch and dinner
- A week of writing workshops, writing, sharing and Q&A
- A 30-minute 1-2-1 with the writer of your choice
- Genre specific take-home writing tools
- Expert tuition and mentoring
- Free writing time
- Private swimming pool
- Organic farm and café
Set in a luxury eco-village, this Bali writing retreat is located in the heart of Ubud, at the edge of the Monkey Forest. Set back from town but close enough to drink it all in, you will be staying in a rich and abundant environment, surrounded by big nature and all of its genius.
The accommodation is deeply comfortable and it will be a time to retreat, learn, gather, and have a bunch of fun with a group of down-to-earth writers who really know their stuff.
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