Memoir Writing Workshop at Oak Ridge Public Library

POSTED: MarCh 18, 2019

As part of the “World Wise Wednesdays” series of programs, the Oak Ridge Public Library will host a Memoir Writing Class on March 20, 2019, beginning at 10:30 a.m. in the library auditorium.

Bonny Millard will lead the session. Millard is a writing coach, project development editor, and educator who worked for over 15 years as a print journalist and freelance writer.

Her journalism career and fiction writing has led her to help other writers explore the depths of their stories. Millard also teaches composition at Pellissippi State Community College and has a Master of Fine Arts degree in Creative Writing.

During the workshop on Wednesday, Millard will share important steps and tips for anyone writing a book, stories, or essays about the key moments in his or her life or the life of a family member. Using memories and family stories, writers can create engaging narratives for readers and future generations.

The class is offered at no cost to participants. There is no need to register.

About Oak Ridge Public Library:
Oak Ridge Public Library is located at 1401 Oak Ridge Turnpike. The library serves a community of nearly 30,000 and features a Children’s Room with special programming as well as an extensive archive facility with materials dating back to the early days of Oak Ridge and the Manhattan Project. You can reach the library at (865) 425-3455.