[Missouri-l] This Week's Books And Beyond
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Sat Apr 25 05:06:49 CDT 2009
What are the benefits and rewards of memoir writing? Why are memoirs written
by ordinary people who have lived through extraordinary experiences so
popular today? What can readers learn from them? How much research is
necessary before writing one? What do memoir and novel writing have in
common? How accurate must memory be in writing a memoir?
Linda Wisniewski, tonight's guest on Books And Beyond answers these and
other questions. A former librarian and present columnist for the Bucks
County herald, her work has appeared in two Cup of Comfort anthologies and
the Philadelphia Inquirer as well as other publications. Linda teaches
workshops on memoir writing and is the author of the memoir Off Kilter: A
Woman's Journey To Peace With Scoliosis. She is presently writing her first
Books And Beyond can be heard starting at 9 P.M. eastern time that's 1 UTC
on www.acbradio.org. Pick the Main stream channel and listen to a writer who
has much of value to say to both writers and readers alike.
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