Start telling your tale: Janice Harper teaching memoir-writing series Thursday nights at Log House Museum

October 2, 2013 at 10:23 pm | In West Seattle history, West Seattle news | 1 Comment

The cheers, the tears, the years … Your own story is well worth telling, and a West Seattle-writer is ready to help you figure out how to tell it. Tomorrow (Thursday) night is the start of a series of memoir-writing classes to be taught by Janice Harper at the Log House Museum – and she has major cred, with a doctorate in cultural anthropology and a resumé as an author, ghost-writer, and contributor to publications including Huffington Post and Psychology Today. It’s a drop-in series, 6-8 pm each Thursday, so if you can’t make tomorrow night, maybe next Thursday. Or if you’re interested in private coaching, that’s available too. The Southwest Seattle Historical Society will benefit from a portion of the class fees; full details on those, and to how to register, are on the SWSHS website.

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  1. I’d like to add one more point–be sure to pre-register by contacting me in advance so that I can discuss the class and find out where each student is in their writing and what their interests are. It’s a great way to record family or personal histories or to learn how to write a book of your very own–and to support our community’s history through the Log House Museum!

    Comment by Janice Harper — 7:01 am October 3, 2013 #

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