One of the common approaches to “doing time” in a prison community is to “shut the world out.” This refers Continue reading
Many well published authors opt for fiction as the best way to tell their story. On the other hand, several Continue reading
In earlier posts I’ve shared a few “memory motivators,” or ways to get through walls of forgetfulness (or fears). I Continue reading
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As important as we know telling our story to be, it often seems daunting, even pointless at times. But the Continue reading
As memoir writers, we seek to extract tension from the desire, fear and courage enmeshed through our lifetime.
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