You’re Working On Your Memoir, Right?

Well, good for you! And even if you have 300 pages, an MFA and a typing monkey under your belt, you probably could use a little help. Enter City Lights!

Art of the Memoir: Writing, Reading, & Selling Your Life Story
Tuesday, October 14, 2008, 7 pm

A roundtable discussion with
Alan Black, Beth Lisick, and David Henry Sterry

Find out what it takes to write, read and sell your life story from writers who’ve actually done just that. Listen as memoirists read from their own work, then discuss the process of writing a memoir.

Making a narrative of events of your own life, dealing with issues of privacy and family, figuring out how to navigate the stormy seas of the publishing world, and bringing your story to life as you read it before an audience will be among the topics addressed by this panel of three memoirists.

This will be followed by a Q&A session.  All questions will be answered.

Have you always wanted to write your life story? Come find out how these three lunatics did.

Heres Beth Lisick. Hers is the only picture Im putting up because I think shes the coolest.

Here's Beth Lisick. Hers is the only picture I'm putting up because I think she's the coolest.

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