It’s Not Too Late to Register for the CWC&R!

Photo: Joe DuPont As promised, the 2020 Clockhouse Writers’ Conference & Retreat will be underway on Wednesday, July 1 – and it’s not too late to register!  Given that we’ll be gathering remotely, without travel considerations, we’re hoping to see those who...
Sneak Preview:  CLOCKHOUSE 2019

Sneak Preview: CLOCKHOUSE 2019

Brenda Beardsley What Builds Us Up: A Note from the Editorial Director I spent the winter recovering. A broken bone. Most days, I bid time to hasten. Wanted what was cracked to heal. But, there is no hurrying bone. At three weeks, a callus formed—bone cells began to...

Wondering What to Expect at the CWC&R?

Wondering What to Expect at the CWC&R?

Registration for the 2019 Clockhouse Writers' Conference and Retreat is open through May 15th -- register today to reserve your place!   Registration information and materials are available here. As always, this year’s Clockhouse Writers’ Conference & Retreat will...

Congratulations to the Newest MFAW Alumni!

Congratulations to the Newest MFAW Alumni!

On behalf of the Clockhouse Writers’ Conference Board of Stewards and the alumni community of the Goddard College MFAW program, we want to extend our congratulations and warmest welcome to those who graduated during this past winter: From the Plainfield, Vermont,...

Highlights of LWC&R 2019

Highlights of LWC&R 2019

We gathered in the peaceful setting of old Fort Worden on its peninsula that juts into the churning waters where the Strait of Juan deFuca rolls in from the Pacific and turns at the mouth of Puget Sound. The landscape of seashore, snow-capped volcanoes, and deep...

Last Call for the 2019 LWC&R

Last Call for the 2019 LWC&R

There's still one spot available at the 2019 Lighthouse Writers' Conference & Retreat. Perhaps you'd like to be the lucky final registrant? if so, all the information you'll need is below! Photo: John Loo Come connect with other alumni writers, and with your own...

Nominations for the Pushcart Prize & Memorable First Lines

Nominations for the Pushcart Prize & Memorable First Lines

Cover Design: Julie Parent First lines are tricky, needing to cajole and entice a reader to continue reading. A great first line compels a reader to burrow into a poem, a story, a play or an essay until suddenly, the rest of the piece is devoured. Clockhouse Volume 6...

CLOCKHOUSE:  There’s Still Time to Submit!

CLOCKHOUSE: There’s Still Time to Submit!

The CLOCKHOUSE literary journal is pleased to extend its submissions period to December 15, 2018.   For full submissions information and to purchase copies of previous volumes, please visit our website.

LWC&R Request for Workshop Proposals

LWC&R Request for Workshop Proposals

Lighthouse Writers’ Conference and Retreat Request for Workshop Proposals   We seek a diverse range of genres, voices, and experiences on the conference’s theme of urgency. How do we build momentum in our writing? What is it that needs to be said and how do we...

CLOCKHOUSE:  Call for Volume Seven Submissions

CLOCKHOUSE: Call for Volume Seven Submissions

CLOCKHOUSE seeks submissions in poetry, drama, fiction and nonfiction for its 2019 issue Clockhouse is an eclectic conversation about the work-in-progress of life--a soul arousal, a testing ground, a new community, a call for change. Clockhouse seeks submissions in...

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