Writing Memoir/Writing History: Using Context, Family Documents, and Imagination – Winter 2021

We need to expand our understanding of memoir; it is actually the writing of history from often ignored points of view. From researching a time period, to fearlessly making use of family letters and other papers, to unfettering your imagination to fill in the blanks, this writing intensive will inspire you to make your memoir more interesting and to take your writing more seriously. Sallie Bingham is an American author, playwright, poet, teacher, feminist activist, and
philanthropist. Her most recent books (2020) are The Silver Swan: In Search of Doris Duke (Farrar, Straus & Giroux) and Treason: A Sallie Bingham Reader (Sarabande Books). For intermediate/advanced levels.

Register
Start Date
Monday, February 15th
Note
This class meets daily, Monday through Friday, for one week.
Duration
February 15th - February 19th
Time
2:30pm - 5:30pm
Cost
$130
Instructor

Sallie Bingham

Venue
Online

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