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Advanced Memoir Writing a six week workshop at Sea Isle City Library

Event Type: Education Program
Age Group(s): Adult
Date: 4/8/2013, 4/15/2013, 4/22/2013, 4/29/2013, 5/6/2013, 5/13/2013
Start Time: 5:00 PM
End Time: 6:30 PM
 For writers who have completed Eva Feeley’s basic “Write Your Own Memoirs” workshop, the six weeks of “Advanced Memoir Writing” will pick up where we ended and kick our writing up a notch! Participants will be introduced to revision and crafting options to enhance reader response to memoir pieces. You will learn to recognize the material that does not fit into your current project. Writers will also be taught the principles for developing an effective Writing Response Group so that giving and receiving critique won’t end with the workshop.

Eva Feeley is a freelance writer from Sea Isle City, New Jersey who enjoys the genres of essay, poetry, short story and memoir. She is a member of the Jersey Cape Writers.

“Advanced Memoir Writing” is part of the “American Library Association’s” celebration of “Preservation Week”. For more information about this event, please visit the ALA’s website at ala.org/preservationweek
Library: Sea Isle City Library
Location: Conference Room
Other Information:
 All particiapants to bring pencils or pens and paper. (A composition style book would work well.)
Presenter: Eva Feeley
Status: Closed
Please Note
  • Attendee must be 18 Years or older.
  • All registrants must have library card in good standing. Many of the programs offered through the Cape May County Library require registration prior to the start of the program. Programs that require registration will be marked on the calendar (online and print), in press releases, and on promotional posters. To ensure fairness, patrons who fail to appear for three (3) programs/classes will not be eligible for first time registration for a period of six months. Rather, these patrons will automatically be placed on the waiting list. If an opening is available, the said patron will be notified that he or she can attend. If a patron cannot attend a program/class, it is his or her responsibility to alert the library via its online registration or telephone at least twenty-four (24) hours prior to the start of the program/class. If proper notice of cancellation is given, then the patron will not be moved out of good standing.

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