Memoir: Finding the Form – Winter 2022

This class will consider the variety of possible structures for your memoir. Our goal will be to match content with form to discover the most compelling way to tell your story. We will analyze some successful memoirs and use writing exercises to experiment with shaping or re-shaping your work-in-progress. Discovering a form that works for your story not only brings out the meaning of what you have written so far, but also helps you see what remains to be written. Reading and writing both in-class and outside class are required. For intermediate/advanced levels.

Leatha Kendrick’s most recent book of poetry, And Luckier, was published by Accents Publishing. She has published essays, short fiction, and five books of poetry and has enjoyed teaching at the Carnegie Center for 18 years.

Start Date
Wednesday, March 2nd
Meets Wednesdays
March 2nd - March 23rd
2:00pm - 4:30pm

Leatha Kendrick

Carnegie Center
251 W. Second Street

We hope to see you soon at the Carnegie Center, home to the Kentucky Writers Hall of Fame and writers and readers of all levels.

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