Writer in Residence at Rosemary House
Marjorie Hudson has been leading creative writing workshops at the Rosemary House dining room table since 2003. Rosemary House owner and mystery author Karen Pullen was an early student in her workshops!
Her “Kitchen Table Workshops” take place on Tuesday and Thursday mornings, and student writers come from as far as Asheville and Winston-Salem, NC, for instruction. Many of the writers in these groups are starting to publish. When you stay at Rosemary House, you may glimpse a future famous author reading in the parlor or rocking on the porch.
Manuscript and Workshop services for Rosemary House Guests
Are you working on a manuscript that needs expert attention? Rosemary House guests may arrange for a consultation with Hudson on writing goals, manuscript pages, or any aspect of the writing life.
In addition, you may contact her to arrange a weekend workshop for a small group while your group stays at Rosemary House.
Contact Hudson directly for any of these services: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or check her website for more information: kitchentablewriters.wordpress.com
About Marjorie Hudson
A newcomer to North Carolina from the Washington, DC, area, Marjorie Hudson is author of Accidental Birds of the Carolinas, a short story collection about people moving south, and Searching for Virginia Dare, an exploration of one of America’s most vivid historical mysteries. Reviewers have compared her work to that of Thomas Hardy and Alice Munro.
Signed editions of her books are available for purchase by Rosemary House guests.
Hudson’s writing has won many honors, including the Blumenthal Prize, and she has received fellowships from the Hemingway Foundation, the Ucross Foundation (Wyoming), Headlands Center for the Arts (California), and the North Carolina Arts Council.
Author Photo by Anne Anthony.