About Dale Finley Slongwhite

Dale Slongwhite has identified as a writer since grade school. Since that time, she has won writing awards and published several books and numerous articles. In 2004, she completed a course to become a creative writing workshop presenter, and has facilitated workshops and retreats for adults in New Hampshire, Massachusetts, Connecticut, Maine, and Florida. During the summer, she holds a one-week writing camp for middle school and high school students.She is known for her sincere, trusting attitude that encourages writers to believe in themselves and the writing process.

Discover our workshops

A sampling of our workshops include:

Where Have You Been and Where Are You Going?

A workshop that combines memoir writing with vision board creation.

Writing From Prompts Through prompts

Carefully chosen by the facilitator, you will write on a variety of topics, either new material or adding to your work in process.

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  • Alicia
    Thank you from the bottom of my heart for empowering me to be a better writer.
  • Vivian
    My creative spirit has been unleashed and this time I will leave it untethered.
  • The retreat was exactly the jump-start I needed for my novel. THANKS!
  • Eileen
    I expected to enjoy the retreat, but I didn’t expect it to expand me! Thank you! On a scale of 1-5, I rate this a 10!
  • You create a safe, encouraging environment for new writers and more advanced writers to explore a variety of topics and realize that we are writers.

The video shows the story captured in writing by Dale Finley Slongwhite in the book, Fed Up: The High Costs of Cheap Food.

Poignant, gut-wrenching and real, this book should be required reading for everyone who eats.

Barry Estabrook, author of Tomatoland: How Modern Industrial Agriculture Destroyed Our Most Alluring Fruit.

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