The Four Class series is now full.
Writing Believable Characters in Memoir has 2 spaces available as of December 24.
To be added to the wait list email for other sessions, please email Classes@bookpassage.com Thank you!
Four Classes • Saturday, Jan 11, 10am - 1pm & 2:30-5:30pm • Sunday, Jan 12, 10am - 1pm & 2:30-5:30pm • $350
We all have life stories to tell. But how do we write about personal experience in a way that will engage a reader? This series of four, half-day workshops focuses on the craft of writing memoir. Each workshop will provide concrete tools and strategies for transforming memory into compelling narrative. Class format includes readings, discussion and writing exercises. Experienced and aspiring writers welcome. The 4-class series includes:
Who’s Talking? The Narrator in Memoir Sat Jan 11 10am - 1pm
The Way They Were • Writing Believable Characters in Memoir Sat Jan 11 2:30pm - 5:30pm
You Had To Be There • Writing Scene in Memoir Sun Jan 12 10am - 1pm
The Shape of Time in Memoir Sun Jan 12 2:30pm - 5:30pm
Connie Josefs Connie Josefs is a writer, teacher, and writing coach who has worked extensively with writers to write and publish their memoirs. She has taught writing at the University of New Mexico, the Taos Writers Conference, and Santa Monica College. She has also been a writer and story analyst for film and television.
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