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WhaMemWriMo Series: Four Essential Practices for Successful Memoir Writing (virtual classroom)

No matter how long you've procrastinated or how many times you've tried to write your memoir, this class will give you the tools you need to get it done. Start Whatcom Memoir Writing Month learning why "anyone would want to read your story, anyway." Then, discover the top three roadblocks most memoir writers face and the four essential (and simple) practices you need to exercise in order to complete your memoir. Leave class with a plan that will carry you through the rest of your writing life. Cami Ostman is the founder of The Narrative Project, author of Second Wind: One Woman's Midlife Quest to Run Seven Marathons on Seven Continents, and editor of several anthologies.

Code:21F8015056TA
Dates:September 9, 2021 Check for other dates
Meets:Th : 5:00 PM - 6:30 PM
Hours:1.50
Location:Zoom Classroom 1
Instructor:Cami Ostman
Fee:$29 FeeBreakdown
Notes:We email virtual classroom access two business days before classes begin; please register early to ensure you receive this information. If you have not received virtual classroom access the day before your class, please check your inbox's spam and deleted folders. It is the responsibility of participants to check their email inbox for virtual access information prior to class and, if it has not been received, to contact our office during business hours (8 a.m. - 5 p.m.) before class starts at comed@whatcom.edu or (360) 383-3200. No refunds or credits will be given for a class once it has started.

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