- By Clemmons Branch Library
- Posted Wednesday, May 21, 2014
More About Memoirs! With Jennifer Stevenson Vincent
Jennifer Stevenson Vincent is back at the Clemmons Branch Library with an all-new workshop on how to write your memoirs.
Come learn the two most important questions you must answer when telling your unique story. Is a memoir “the truth and nothing but the truth?” Find out what to leave in and what to leave out. We’ll have fun writing – and have plenty of time for questions and sharing.
Memoirs is one of the most popular literary genres today, so don’t miss this workshop. No writing experience is needed for the program, but please bring paper, pen/pencil and a desire to be creative. Class size is limited, so register in person at the Clemmons Branch Library or call 336-703-2920.
Jennifer Stevenson Vincent is an award-winning professional writer and educator with more than 25 years experience in non-fiction writing. She has worked for NBC News, CBS News, several major newspapers and has been nominated twice for the Pulitzer Prize. Her work has been published in newspapers and magazines throughout the country. A co-founder and past President/Chairman of Winston-Salem Writers, she is the creator of the Healing Words therapeutic writing program. Vincent leads workshops across North Carolina and teaches writing at Salem College.