Telling Your Story: Writers Offer Advice on Recording Your Experiences & Discuss Recent Works
During these extraordinary times, many of us are trying to capture what we are feeling and witnessing by writing down memories, events, thoughts. Three acclaimed Maine writers join us to share their thoughts on writing personal stories. They’ll also discuss Hall’s highly anticipated new novel, "Beneficence," the re-release of Wood’s novel "Ernie’s Ark," and the re-release of Morgan’s "Undecided: Navigating Life and Learning After High School." We’ll also talk with Kerri Arsenault, the author of "Mill Town."
Meredith Hall, New York Times best-selling author of "Without a Map"
Monica Wood, novelist, memoirist, and playwright; her books include "When We Were the Kennedys," "The One-in-a-Million Boy"
Genevieve Morgan, writer and editor; her latest book is "The Kinfolk," the final installment of an adventure-fantasy called "The Five Stones Trilogy"
Kerri Arsenault (call-in), author of "Mill Town"