Hedgebrook. This could be your cottage for anywhere from two weeks to two months. Of course you need to be a woman writer and you need to apply. Do it. Here is the link to the on-line application.
I first went to Hedgebrook sixteen years ago. At the time, I was a graduate student in the University of Oregon MFA program. I spent six weeks in "Owl" during August and September of 1995. Life has never been the same. My time at Hedgebrook changed how I saw myself as a writer.
If you are thinking of applying, I am happy to answer any questions you may have. I have been on the review committee several times and have a sense of how you can optimize your chances of acceptance. Having said that, the pool is more competitive each year -- and the writers who review the work also change. If you have not been accepted before, that's no reason not to try again now. And for the first time, the application process is now on-line. Why not give it a try?