Now accepting registrations for the December 4-6, 2015 Big Sur Writing Workshops for picture books, early reader, middle grade & YA fiction at the world-famous artist retreat, the Big Sur Lodge!

Click here to register!

Still on the fence? Here are three reasons why it’s the best workshop in the known multiverse!

1.  Andrea Brown Literary Agency is always on the lookout for new talent, and every year, the workshop provides it. Many writers come and end up signing with the ABLA or make great contacts with editors who have gone on to publish those writers
See previous publishing deals here. You could be next!
2.  Small-group and one-on-one feedback to help improve your work.You know those “workshops” where you sit in a conference room with 200 other people? That’s not us. We have a five-to-one participant-to-faculty ratio, which makes for intimate and personalized feedback. Read countless testimonials from satisfied alumni here.


2014 faculty members Brad Herzog and Eric Elfman.

3.  Work with the greatest YA and children’s writing faculty around. Yep, the industry’s best agents courtesy of Andrea Brown Literary Agency, editors from publishers included Chronicle, Philomel, and HarperCollins, and internationally renowned childrens and YA authors.Check out the faculty for the December workshop here!

2014 Faculty member Neal Shusterman

4.  (Bonus reason) Make friends for life! (Could be the very best reason) Mix and mingle: registration includes meals, cocktail hour, and more – all while steps from the Big Sur River, the famous Pfeiffer Falls and of course the rest of the majesty of Big Sur within reach.

Meet fellow childrens and YA authors from all over the United States!

Meet fellow children’s and YA authors from all over the United States!

Click here to register!  Read more about us HERE!

Questions? Call the Henry Miller Library at 831-667-2574.

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