Writing One’s Personal Myth: A Writer’s Retreat with Dennis Patrick Slattery

Writing has the capacity to mend some tear in the fabric of our fiction, the storied self that is always plotting its course both within and without. By exposing to the open air of prose what afflicts, wounds, emblazons the scar tissue of resentments, hurts, slights, wrongs, wrong paths chosen, one has the opportunity to close the gap or the gape in the soul-holes of one’s being.
–Dennis Patrick Slattery, Riting Myth, Mythic Writing: Plotting Your Personal Story

Friday, May 13, 2016. 7:00 – 9:00 PM

Saturday, May 14, 2016. 9:30 – 4:30 PM

$125: Includes a copy of Riting Myth, Mythic Writing: Plotting Your Personal Story by Dennis Patrick Slattery & Saturday lunch catered by The Old Mill Tasty Shop.

REGISTRATION

Register Early! Class size limited! To register, contact pbjork2910@aol.com

$50.00 deposit is required with your registration by personal check or Credit Card (Visa or MC). Balance due May 1, 2016.

An email confirmation letter will be sent within 5 days of receiving your registration.

CANCELLATION

To obtain a refund on your registration fee, email a written cancellation request no later than April 22, 2016 to pbjork2910@aol.com. Tuition less a $25 processing fee will be refunded. No refunds on your registration fee will be made after that time. 
 

MEALS

Saturday lunch is provided to encourage ongoing dialogue and community exchange.
Catered by The Old Mill Tasty Shop

LOCATION

The Garvey House, 8427 East Douglas, Wichita
(Immediately EAST of The Independent School)

055ABOUT DENNIS SLATTERY, PH.D

Dennis Patrick Slattery, Ph.D., is Core Faculty at Pacifica Graduate Institute, Santa Barbara, California in the Mythological Studies and Depth Psychology Programs. Honored as Distinguished Professor in 2007, Dr. Slattery is the author of over 200 articles and book reviews, as well as the author, co-author, editor or co-editor of 23 books and six volumes of poetry. His recent books are Our Daily Breach: Exploring Your Personal Myth Through Herman Melville’s Moby-Dick and Bridge Work: Essays on Mythology, Literature, Psychology.