Already Making Waves

Thank you to all who submitted Proposal Applications for the 2015 AROHO Retreat! 

The quality and quantity of responses we’ve received is a testament to the strength of our community, an acknowledgment that together we are creating something vital whose impact will be felt well beyond the time and space of the Retreat week. It is our hope that, through publication, we can engage even more women in the Waves Discussion Series themes than we are able to have present with us at the retreat.


We’ve already assembled a stellar line-up of featured writers, but contained within the almost 200 proposal applications we received is the rest of the Retreat program. Based on what we’ve seen, it’s going to be fantastic.  The Waves have begun…


Program Contributor, Fellowship, & Artists in Residence selections will be made in September & announced October 1st.

We will accept General Applications from October 31st until January 15, 2015.


Win a GO-Pass to the 2015 Retreat!

Submit to the #Radbrief Challenge with a piece of “radically brief” literature (75 words or fewer), and you will receive one copy of The Los Angeles Review, be entered to the drawing for the 2nd “GO-Retreat Pass” (automatic acceptance and waived registration fee for the 2015 Retreat), and possibly have your “radbrief” text shared on AROHO social media. The drawing will take place in April 2015 at AWP.

Congratulations again to Elizabeth Sutherland who won the 1st GO-Retreat Pass Drawing at AWP 2014!


Apply to be a 2015 Retreat Intern

AROHO’s one-year Retreat internship provides a balance of hospitality and public relations experience for competitive candidates with a passion for the mission of AROHO and superior talents for writing, communication, and organization. Retreat interns will have an opportunity to interact with many women writers and artists from AROHO’s vast network and will have the invaluable experience of attending the AROHO Retreat’s first Waves Discussion Series. Learn more about all AROHO Internship opportunities

Author: A Room of Her Own

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