The writer of the memoir in pieces is an assembly artist—a hunter, a gatherer, an arranger, a culler, a keeper. They favor recurrence over redundancy. They build their skills in both compression and elongation. We’ll take a look at the ways in which memoirs in pieces get made—from the first bursts of flash nonfiction to the development of unifying themes and structures.
Rich with prompts and propelled by exemplar texts and insights into Beth’s own processes, this illustrated presentation will also feature photographs of Beth’s handmade books, which are constructed using surprisingly similar techniques. Participants will leave the session feeling inspired to both write more new pieces and to begin to coalesce the ones they have.
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Beth Kephart is the award-winning author of more than three dozen books in multiple genres, an award-winning teacher, a book artist, and co-founder of Juncture Workshops, currently in the midst of its Story of You series. Her new books are Wife | Daughter | Self: A Memoir in Essays, We Are the Worlds: The Master Memoir Class, and, forthcoming, A Weave, a Basket, a Vessel: Outtakes from a Memoir Master Class.
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