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My Monastic Writing Experience in Orvieto, Italy

I am delighted to reblog this post by Renee Johnson, where she shares with her readers what she learned about writing, the beautiful sights she saw, and other personal experiences during a writing retreat in Orvieto, Italy.

Renee Johnson Writes

Writers attend workshops and retreats for various reasons.  Some wish to hone their skills of description or dialogue, others are seeking inspiration or direction, and then there are those of us who have something to explore within ourselves—something too difficult to sort through with our morning coffee while retaining a smiling face and carefree demeanor.

When I accepted Justen Ahren’s invitation to join his Monastic Writing group studying in Italy, we both knew I was part of the latter category.  My inward journey would be much more difficult than the procession of planes, trains, and taxi cabs I would need to arrive at the base of the cliff which had long protected the residents of Orvieto.

Orvieto - cliff“After climbing a great hill, oneonly finds that there are many more hills to climb.”Nelson Mandela

A week in a medieval Italian hillside village of artisans, wine makers, divine architecture…

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