In this memoir writing workshop, participants use memory prompts to detail: family history, what is important in their lives, how they want to be remembered, and what is their story during various monuments in the lives of their children/family. We will reflect on milestones, histories, family’s lives, travel, birth, children, and values, and walk away with inspiration to pen their own stories. We all have a story to tell. Come learn how to write your story. No registration required.
About the teacher: Cornelia Becker Seigneur is an author, speaker, educator, editor, photographer, writing conference director, and freelance journalist, as well as the mom of five children. She penned the family column, "Real-Life Mom," for The Oregonian's weekly newspaper and the "WriterMom/On the Home Front" column for The West Linn Tidings newspaper. Cornelia has been a regular contributor to The Oregonian since 1996, and is the author of Images of America: West Linn and WriterMom Tales. She has taught memoir, creative non-fiction, journalism, article writing, and freelance writing classes in various settings. Cornelia has also been an adjunct instructor at George Fox University and Multnomah University.