Milford 2015 will be held
12th to 19th September
Each year a small group of published writers of speculative fiction get together for one special week in a secluded residential location in beautiful Snowdonia, North Wales, to critique work, discuss ideas and generally connect with other writers . Note: Speculative fiction includes science fiction, fantasy and all their sub genres.
If you wish to go on the mailing list for future Milfords, email
jacey(at)jaceybedford.co.uk, or phone 01484 606230.
Bookings are open now.
Forms here: .doc - .rtf - .pdf
Information about attending.
Skip explanations. Go straight to booking.
Limited to a maximum of 15 participants from the UK and abroad.
Newcomers are always welcome. (5/15 places ringfenced for newcomers until 4 weeks after Easter.)
Adult and children's authors, novelists and short story writers, multi-published authors and relative newcomers.
Attendees must have sold at least one story to a recognised market to qualify for attendance. If in doubt about qualifications, please talk to us.
Constructive peer-group critiquing. Networking. A healthy exchange of ideas.
Mornings are your own. Hard-working afternoons. Sociable evenings.
Friendly, constructive atmosphere.
Beautiful surroundings. Comfortable accommodation.
Locally produced & organic food. Special diets catered for.
Crit session in the sun, September 2014
2014 Milford triple writeup.
Milford 2014 - Part 1 -
A report by Gus Smith
23rd –30th August
There were eight of us at this year’s first Milford. We were all seasoned Milfordians, and most of us knew one another, which meant there was a strong group feeling right from the start. Read more...
A Milford Returner's Report by Sue Thomason.
I’ll make my report as if I told a story -- no I won’t. I can’t. I’m all narratived out. I’ll do bullet points instead; bullet points are a perfectly normal and respectable report format, and if you don’t like them, go and read some other Milford report. Read more...
Milford 2014 - Part 2
A report by Phil Suggars
13th - 20th September
This was my first Milford and in fact my first face-to-face workshop. If I’m honest, I was filled with apprehension,
Even a cursory glance at the history of Milford reveals a roll call of illustrious early attendees. As an example, founder member and original attendee James Blish...Read more