Normandi Ellis, award-winning author of ten books and certified applied poetry facilitator, will present "Things I've Yet to Say: An Introduction to Memoir Writing" on Thursday, March 6 at 6:00pm. Ms. Ellis will help writers find their voice and tell their stories in a manner that resonates with them, whether they are just starting out or have been writing for years. In her own words:
"One of the markers of a life well lived must surely be the stories, experiences and memories that are told, retold, remembered and re-experienced throughout the life span. Life story writing captures the priceless and the poignant, the truly memorable and the quirkily remembered, the historic and the unique. It leaves a legacy of living history for future generations. And it can bring enjoyment, satisfaction and closure in the last stage of life."
The class is free, but please register so that we know how many people to expect. For more information, contact Information Services at (765) 641-2456.