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Write Your Memoir! Online Class Starts March 16th

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Memoir 101
Krista Rea Krista Rea
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Learn how to start and finish a memoir in an engaging way. During the Memoir 101 workshop, different types of memoirs will be reviewed. You'll learn how to create the cast of characters and an outline to form your story. Then, you'll find pivotal moments to put on the page. Discover how to add suspense to sustain the reader's interest. Find out how slowing down and reflecting on a dramatic moment provides meaning to the work.

In the Writing the Memoir 101 online class, you will be given the opportunity to write a summary, a working outline, the opening pages, a dramatic scene, a reflective moment, and additional scenes. You will be able to review your intentions and discover your writing voice. Tracy Strauss will be your instructor. She is known as being a caring instructor who takes students to the next level.

"What I enjoy most about teaching memoir writing is helping writers use specific tools of craft to recreate the world of their lives on the page. In the process, I see writers create art out of their life events in a way that allows them to master their stories, a process that is not only healing to the writer but helpful and inspiring to the reader."

                                                                           ~ Tracy Strauss

The goal of this course is to teach you how to structure your memoir, develop your storytelling skills, and give you tips to adapt your life stories. A former student said, "Learning that I need to write more scenes, and not rely so much upon stream of consciousness writing was tough to accept, but also necessary." Another student said, "Wonderful class. Learned a lot from Tracy and would absolutely take another class from her." Tracy Strauss is only available to teach for WDU a few times a year so take advantage of this opportunity! 
Class begins this Thursday, March 16th. You can log in to class anytime day or night since there is not a scheduled time to meet. Writers from all over the world are welcome. The registration fee is $379.99. Join Writing the Memoir 101.

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Tracy Strauss
A Pushcart-nominated nonfiction writer and winner of the Barbara Deming Memorial Fund Award for nonfiction, Tracy Strauss is a regular contributor with The Huffington Post. She has published personal essays and short memoir in Salon, The Huffington Post, Cognoscenti, Poets & Writers Magazine, The Dodo, Beyond the Margins, The Southampton Review, Briar Cliff Review, South Loop Review, Solstice Literary Magazine (2013 nonfiction editors' pick award), and other publications. She has been a guest writer in memoir at Harvard University, and has taught writing workshops at Boston University, Emerson College, Lesley University, New England Conservatory of Music, and Grub Street in Boston.

Tracy has published extensively on issues surrounding the craft of writing about traumatic experience, including her essay, "Writing Taboo: Speaking the Unspeakable," which was published in the anthology Women On Poetry: Writing, Revising, Publishing and Teaching (McFarland and Company). She holds an M.F.A. in creative writing with a specialization in narrative nonfiction from Lesley University. Tracy has also written and published poetry; in 2007, her poetry collection was a finalist for the Bakeless Prize.

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