Writing a memoir? Join author Melissa Hart for this tip-filled workshop that will help answer your burning memoir-writing questions. Take this as a stand-alone class or as part of our Winter Warmup Series!
About this Workshop:
Worried that your friends and family will disown you because you’re writing a memoir? Afraid you’ll get sued, or are you simply confused about how to put your life down on paper? Join memoirist and novelist Melissa Hart for 10 insightful tips for how to plot your memoir, approach sensitive subject matter, discuss the project with people who appear in your book, avoid bad feelings and legal action, and captivate readers with a compelling story. Participants in this fun and supportive workshop will come away with a better understanding of what it means to be a memoirist, and with a bibliography full of useful information.
Tuesday, March 19, 6-8 PM
Wordcrafters in Eugene Workshop at 425 Lincoln St, Eugene
Cost: Members $29 / Nonmembers $49*
Register for this Class
*Take this alone or take as part of our Winter Warmup Series. If you take the series you get 6 classes for the price of 5!
About the Instructor: Melissa Hart is the author of two memoirs for adults–Gringa and Wild Within–and Better with Books: 500 Diverse Books to Ignite Empathy and Encourage Self-Acceptance in Tweens and Teens (Sasquatch, 2019) plus the award-winning middle-grade novel, Avenging the Owl (Sky Pony, 2016). She’s Contributing Editor at The Writer Magazine. Website: www.melissahart.com