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The Story Behind our StoryCorps Interview

November 24, 20172 CommentsPosted in careers/jobs for people who are blind, memoir writing, radio, writing

More than 300,000 people lined Pennsylvania Avenue on this day in 1963 to watch a horse-drawn caisson carry President Kennedy’s casket from the White House to the Capitol Rotunda. Giovanna Breu, a writer in one of my memoir classes, was there, but Not as an onlooker. She was covering JFK’s funeral and burial for Life […]

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My writers have kept some good company

October 28, 20175 CommentsPosted in book tour, careers/jobs for people who are blind, guest blog, memoir writing, public speaking, writing

Whitney and I gave a presentation at Bethany Retirement Community yesterday. Bethany sponsors a weekly memoir-writing class for residents there, and yesterday’s event began with a lovely reading of short pieces six of the writers in their class had written. Each participant had provided photos. While staff members read the essays aloud, the photos that […]

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