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The Snapshot Method of Memoir Writing presented by Eva Feeley at Lower Library

Event Type: Education Program
Age Group(s): Adult
Date: 5/30/2017
Start Time: 11:30 AM
End Time: 1:00 PM
 Every life is a story, and every story deserves to be told. Join writer, Eva Feeley, for this 90-minute intensive workshop, and get started telling the stories of your life using the “snapshot method.” Snapshots are short, specific, and rich in detail and description. If you want to actually finish your memoir project, this is the way to go! Bring a notebook, pencils, and your memories.
Eva Feeley, a Sea Isle City writer, has taught fiction and creative nonfiction writing, including memoir and poetry, in Cape May, Cumberland, and Atlantic Counties for the past ten years. She is a member of the Jersey Cape Writers, the Great Bay Poets, and the South Jersey Poets Group. Eva has presented at the New Jersey Writers’ Conference and twice at the North Wildwood Beach Writers’ Conference. She is the author of two books: Listen to Me, Young Lady: A Guidebook through Womanhood and Survivors of Snake Bites, a collection of her poetry.

Library: Lower Cape Library
Location: Public Meeting Room
Other Information:
 One Book, One Cape May Event

Bring a notebook, pencils and your memories.
Status: Waiting List (3 of 15)
Please Note
  • Attendee must be 18 Years or older.
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