Flash Memoir: Writing From the Heart

$50.00

In this class, girls will learn how to write flash memoir: short, intense stories, using journal-writing and personal experience for inspiration.

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Description

Flash Memoir – personal writing from the heart

Instructor: Erica Goss

Dates and times: July 20, 21, 22, 23, & 24, 2020, 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m.

For ages 13-17

Platform: Computer with Zoom

Supplies/requirements: Writing materials and access to a computer with Zoom.

In this class, girls will learn how to write short, intense stories, using journal-writing and personal experience for inspiration. Flash memoirs are non-fiction written pieces generally 1000 words or less. Although they can be about almost any subject, they are usually in-the-moment accounts.

Course Outline:

1. Introduction to Flash Memoir

First, we’ll define flash memoir as a genre of writing. Next, we’ll explore its principles to express ourselves through writing.

2. Journal-writing

Regular journal-writing, whether daily, weekly or monthly, creates an archive of material we can use for our own short compositions.

3. Examples

Sharing the work of writers who practice writing flash memoir, for example, Beth Ann Fennelly, will result in a more complete understanding of the form.

4. Going deeper

Through sharing your journals, you’ll discover the stories you want to tell.

5. Conclusion and reading

You will share your work, what you learned, and have time for questions and comments.

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