Exploring the Memoir (IN-PERSON) [Arleen Williams]
Introductory | Do you have a story to tell but struggle to get words on the page? Are you stumped by how to start? Or stuck moving forward? This workshop is for you! We briefly discuss what memoir is and why we choose to write it. We use prompts to practice techniques for how to capture memories and organize our work. Come prepared to write and leave with a handout to guide further work.
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