writing-memoir

Writers’ Groups at the Library

Memoir Writers

Memoir Writers is for those who want to write about their life experiences and memories, for themselves or for others.  Learn creative life writing from others who are also working on their personal histories. The group meets the second and fourth Tuesday of each month at 1 pm.

Check out some of their personal stories at Memoir Writers – Current Work in Progress

You can drop in whenever you can, but if you are going to attend on a regular basis, please register so we can send you reminders of meetings.  Register by calling Adult Services at (248) 642-5800, ext 171.

If you have questions, please contact the group coordinator, Fran Knorr, at howknorr@gmail.com

Writers’ Rendezvous

Writers’ Rendezvous is a workshop for fiction and nonfiction writers.  All interested writers are welcome to come, but for space reasons, attendees should register.  The group meets the second and fourth Wednesday of each month at 7 pm all year.

The purpose of the group is to provide writers with editorial assistance with their material, share information on the writing process, and to suggest how to get published.

Writers are encouraged to bring 6 copies of a selected piece of writing that they would like to present to the group. The material can be either a completed story, a chapter from a book or a work in progress. For more information, contact the group coordinator, Tim Patrick, at tp915@aol.com.  Emails should have as subject:  Writers’ Rendezvous.