Memoir and Motherhood

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In this three-hour workshop, you will begin to shape a narrative around the motherhood stories you want to tell. Using a creative process that identifies key memories and themes, you will write stories about your experience with motherhood, whether it comes from being a mother or being mothered. We will also address the ethical dilemmas that arise with memoir writing. What techniques can you use to tell your stories and still distance yourself and your loved ones from direct exposure? You will come away from this session with alternatives and best practices.

About GG Renee Hill

GG Renee Hill is an author and advocate for self-discovery through writing. She has published a free verse memoir about heartbreak and healing, a book of short essays for quiet women who want to be heard, and a mindfulness workbook for self-reflection and personal growth. Find her work at

Teaching Style: GG encourages the writers she works with to dig up their stories, big and small, in order to find new meaning in the journey of their lives. Participants will be challenged to face their truth, hold it up to the light and transform it into power. GG's workshops provide a safe space for connection, inspiration, and accountability between writers.


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