Memoir Writing: A Story of Your Own

Literature

Residential course

Rosie Jackson

4 November 2022 to 6 November 2022

From £252 Non-residential fee

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Description

Writing your own story is a wonderfully healing and fulfilling process. Whether it’s for your family, publication, or just for yourself, a memoir can help make sense of your experience, and provide an opportunity to reflect on the deeper meaning of your life.

In this safe, supportive workshop, you will learn ways to make your memoir the best it can be, reflecting on audience, purpose and inspiration; issues of structure, voice, tense, narrative, practice dialogue (and humour!); consider spiritual and ethical issues; and look at some contemporary memoirs.

Residential Fees From: £376.   Non Residential: £252

Course runs from Dinner on Friday to Lunch on Sunday.

Tutor information

ROSIE JACKSON is a widely published poet and creative writing tutor living in Devon. She has a first-class degree from the University of Warwick, a D. Phil. from York, and has taught at the University of East Anglia, West of England, Nottingham Trent, Cortijo Romero and many community settings. Rosie has won many awards including 1st prize Poetry Teignmouth 2021. Her publications include The Light Box, Aloneness is a Many-Headed Bird, Two Girls and a Beehive and Light Makes it Easy. www.rosiejackson.org.uk

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