Writer B.J. Hollars, who is a University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire professor and director of Cirenaica, a writing residency in the Northwoods of Wisconsin, announces that the residency will be open this summer.
“Nestled on 43 acres of hills, farmland, and forest near the quaint village of Fall Creek, Wisconsin, our residencies promise participants an intensive yet rejuvenating experience amidst an inspiring natural backdrop, “Hollars says. “Complete with guest writers and editors, an on-site chef, and even a waterfall right up the road, we strive to provide the perfect summer writing experience for writers of all levels and genres.
“This summer we will be hosting five, 3-day residencies: