Looking for Women with Stories
“Family and personal moments in our lives have shaped who we are. We often find they are among what we identify with and share with others throughout our lives. These stories are part of the legacy we leave for our children and share with friends when we are most ‘who we are.’” – Patricia Davis.
The Hamilton-Gibson Women’s Project is looking for women who have stories to share. Are you in need of a little encouragement on how to go about sharing your story in a memoir? Do you wonder where to begin? Who and What to write about?
To hear answers to these questions and so much more, watch today’s feature with our guests Patricia Davis and Linda Williams of Wellsboro – both former teachers and memoirists, who are hosting four memoir writing workshops this FALL as the next series in the Hamilton-Gibson Women’s Project and they want you to PARTICIPATE!
Want to Know More? Sign up for a two hour exploratory Q&A with Pat Davis and Linda Williams at the Warehouse Theatre in downtown Wellsboro. Woman of all ages are invited to hear more about what will be taught in the four workshop series commencing this August.
Your hosts will explain what memoir writing is about; and the different ways of writing them. They will present a few examples of short stories and answer any questions you might have. Whether you are a Beginner, Novice or Experienced Memoirist – all ladies (ages 15 and up recommended) are welcome!
“In the end, it will not be what we bought or accumulated, but the stories of how we lived and loved that will be worth the storage.” —Ellen Goldman, The Boston Globe.
NEXT SIGN UP DATE:
Warehouse Theatre (next to the Native Bagel) in downtown Wellsboro
Sunday July 24, 2016. 5-7pm
For any prior-to-sign-up questions, (or if you’re unable to attend the event and would like more information), call Pat at 570-724-4438 or Linda, at 570-724-5385. You can also email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
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