Here’s the Link to Stream the Audio File from the September Memoir Writing Roundtable event at the National Association of Memoir Writers with Madeline Sharples and Eleanor Vincent on Writing About Times of Grief. We hope you enjoy it. And if you have any questions, please let us know!
If you are considering membership in NAMW, we want to extend a special offer to help you with your memoir writing journey. Simply use coupon code FR13ND and click “apply,” prior to entering your credit card details and you’ll save $20 off any of our membership terms as well as our upcoming workshops and events, just in time for our upcoming Member-only Teleseminar, THIS FRIDAY, September 17, 2011. These events are a membership benefit and cost nothing additional to participate!
Jami Carpenter, our September Teleseminar speaker brings a diverse background and wealth of experience to the NAMW. With a bachelor’s and master’s degree, Jami taught at both the high school and college levels, served on local and state writing task forces and legislative committees, and has spoken across the country at educational conferences. She was also executive producer and host of the Las Vegas PBS talk show, Book Club, which featured interviews with local, national, and international authors.
Jami is a professional ghostwriter and editor who has worked on a variety of Stephens Press memoirs, including: Voices in My Head, by famous impressionist Danny Gans; Amelia’s Long Journey, a little girl’s struggle with cancer by her father, John L. Smith, an award-winning journalist; Finding My Voice, by William Bailey, Big Band era singer and civil rights activist; DumbAss Luck, by successful attorney Al Marquis;Bing: On the Road to Elko, by Bing Crosby’s niece, Carolyn Schneider; and A New Day, by Dora Barilla – about a woman dealing with her husband’s traumatic brain injury.
In addition, Jami has given workshops and presentations on editing and writing through the Clark County Library District and the Vegas Valley Book Festival, and presented at the Henderson Writers Conference and the Central Oregon Writers Guild. More information about Jami can be found on her website: www.redpengirl.com.
You can click here to post your questions for Jami in the comments section of this page, NOW!
Again, if you were able to attend Thursday’s event, we hope that you enjoyed it. And if you couldn’t make it to the live call, we hope that you find the audio recording helpful. If you have any questions whatsoever, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re happy to help!
Remember, be brave. Write your stories!