Monthly Archives: November 2012

The Orphan Holidays

By Linda Lenzke The Thanksgiving holiday is approaching. For many of us this means the gathering of family around a table, dressed in the bounty of the season, replete with cherished family recipes, plus heated debates on the best way … Continue reading

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A thought on Truth and Memoir

My colleague in the Association of Personal Historians Philip Sherwood posted to our listserv recently with a note that caught my fancy. With Phil’s permission I pass it along to you. Hi all, Just finished reading Ghosting: A Double Life by … Continue reading

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Reminder–Memoir Writers’ Story Night in South Madison

Just a reminder — if you’re in Madison, join us for a “Story Night” featuring readings by the South Madison Memoir Writing Workshop Monday night, November 12, 6:30 pm, at the  Goodman South Madison Branch Library, 2222 South Park Street. Conversation & refreshments … Continue reading

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The Search for the Hildebrand Cemetery

I got to discussing the Search for the Hildebrand Cemetery with my memoir class at the Westside Senior Center yesterday. Our topic was the value of considering our stories from other people’s perspectives, and I used this as an example.  … Continue reading

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Memoir Writers’ Story Night in South Madison Monday November 12

A “Story Night” featuring readings by the South Madison Memoir Writing Workshop will take place Monday, November 12, 6:30 pm, at the  Goodman South Madison Branch Library, 2222 South Park Street. For six weeks these fearless, peerless writers laughed, cried, and wrote together. Now … Continue reading

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