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Persistence of Memory Memoir Writing Workshop: Finding Memoir Momentum

Thursday, Nov. 20th, 5:30PM–7:30PM
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Margo Hammond, former book editor of the St. Petersburg Times and founder of the Creative Late Bloomers blog, conducts a workshop geared to those writers who find they are stuck and need help with finishing their memoirs. The class will focus on overcoming writer’s block, finding a theme for your memoir and devising a plan to complete your book. Learn from Dali to ignore all doubts – “If you play at being a genius, you’ll become one.”

For more information, please contact Bethany Mead, Education Coordinator by e-mail: bmead@thedali.org or by phone: 727.623.4730

Cost: $65; $35 Dali Members. Workshop in the Dali Museum Education Classroom. Light refreshments and access to the galleries on the day of class included. Parking free after 5 pm.

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