EDUCATED

WHAT MADE TARA WESTOVER'S EDUCATED A BEST-SELLING MEMOIR?

This class is over. Please check back with us for future best-seller courses—and consider joining us for Mastering Scene this October/November.

MASTERING SCENE

MASTERING SCENE: UNLOCK THE POWER OF YOUR MEMOIR

Class starts Tuesday, October 23

In this 4-week craft intensive, we'll lead you through what you need to know to create vivid scenes that transport the reader into the "fictive dream" of your real-life story.

Class 1—Oct 23: What Is Scene? Defining what makes a scene and how to decide what to include in your memoir.

Class 2—Oct 30: Time Matters: Anchoring your reader, tracking time in relation to previous scenes, and flashback and memory.

Class 3—Nov 6: Who's in the Story? How to make your characters real people on the page.

Class 4—Nov 13: Your Courageous Voice: How to use narration, reflection, and takeaway to write a memoir that touches readers' hearts.

YOUR TEACHERS

LINDA JOY MYERS
ljm-bio-photo_sm Linda Joy Myers is the president and founder of the National Association of Memoir Writers, and the author of two award-winning memoirs Don’t Call Me Mother and Song of the Plains. Her three books, The Power of Memoir—How to Write Your Healing Story, Becoming Whole, and Journey of Memoir, guide writers through the stages of creating a powerful, truthful, and universal story.
BROOKE WARNER
Brooke Warner is publisher of She Writes Press, president of Warner Coaching Inc., and author of Green-Light Your Book, What's Your Book?, and How to Sell Your Memoir. She is committed to the writing process and to helping writers become creative entrepreneurs and thought leaders, a message conveyed in her 2017 TEDx talk, “Green-Light Revolution.”