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11/02 The Memoir Club: Structuring Your Narrative

Date: Saturday, November 2, 2013 Time: 10am to 2pm Number of sessions: Ongoing--First Saturday of every month Members: $60 (for one session) Nonmembers: $72 (for one session) Location: The NEW Ink Spot, NTC at Liberty Station, 2730 Historic Decatur Rd., Barracks 16, Suite 202, San Diego, CA 92106
Come join The Memoir Club  – and learn structure for memoir!
 
What is it:  A fun, interactive read and critique group geared to helping writers complete their memoirs to the best of their ability.  The group will focus on Structure for Memoir, a 14 point plotting system designed to assist writers in professionally crafting the tightest and most intriguing story possible.
Also covered: Scene Creation, Hot dialogue tools, When and What to Cut, Crafting the hook and Marketing your Memoir.
When is it?  First Saturday of the month at SDWI from 10-2 (once a month). Come to one or come every month!
Why, why, why?  Because you want to create (or take) raw memoir material and learn how to make it a compelling, marketable, page turner.  Because you want the process to be fun, healing, supportive, and inspirational.


Marni Freedman is a produced, published and award winning writer.  After graduating as an award winning student from the USC School of Filmic Writing, Marni began her career with her play, “Two Goldsteins on Acid,” which was produced in Los Angeles.  She worked as a script doctor for Fox Searchlight, Disney, and other film companies and worked as a script agent for the Mary Sue Seymour Agency.  One of her plays was made into a film, “Playing Mona Lisa,” and was produced by Disney. She has published articles in several magazines and online sites, worked as a ghost writer for a “how to” book series and is currently in demand as a book editor and script doctor.  Currently, around San Diego, you can find Marni teaching writing workshops at San Diego Writers Ink, UCSD Extension and running the popular San Diego Screenwriter’s group, The Writer’s Circle.

 

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