Writing in Murcia, Spain

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Welcome to Writing in Murcia. Located in the South-East corner of Spain, Murcia Region is noted for its sunny climate, laid-back atmosphere, and its geographical contrasts. Tucked between quaint mountain villages and the beautiful coastline of Costa Cálida on the Mediterranean, the capital city of Murcia offers visitors a place to write without the stress of Spain’s larger tourist destinations. Here, you’ll experience one of Spain’s most comfortable cities where tradition and modernity harmoniously coexist. Sit, have breakfast or a glass of wine and write in front of Murcia’s Cathedral, a masterpiece from Spain’s Baroque period. Find inspiration strolling through the streets in the old part of the city. Or visit a coastal village and spend a day or two writing on the beach and indulging in the local cuisine. Let this stunning region feed your creativity and stimulate your writing.murcia-spain-map

Writing in Murcia is open to everyone, both those new to writing as well as experienced writers seeking to hone their craft and expand their skills. Customized courses are ideal for anyone wanting to travel while dedicating time each day to their writing.

Writing focus: The novel, short fiction, poetry

When: Open year round, expect July & August

Where: Murcia City, Spain

Duration: 1 week to 3 months

What’s included:

– Housing (indvividual or shared flat/apartment)

– Welcome & Farewell dinners

– Daily writing workshops (2 hours) with practical exercises and structured activities

– Critiques & feedback sessions

– Daily opportunities for informal discussions on strategy building

What’s not included:

– Flights or travel to/from Spain

– Ground travel in Spain

– Meals, except for the welcome & farewell dinners

For more information, Email: Tausha at writersandpublishers (at) gmail (dot) com.

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