Memoir writing with Irene Graham

Memoir writing with Irene Graham

Bealtaine Festival

Monday, 13 May at 2.00pm

Memories into Memoir Lecture with Author Irene Graham - based upon The Memoir Writing Workbook.  Join Irene for an interactive in-depth lecture and discussion on Memoir Writing and how to weave family history into your story.

Free but booking  required. To book a place call (01) 603 0259 or e-mail

The National Library takes part each year in Age and Opportunity’s Bealtaine Festival. The Festival takes place in May and celebrates creativity in older people. There are lots of free info sessions on offer throughout May to celebrate Bealtaine

More about Irene Graham

Irene Graham, founder of The Creative Writer’s Workshop studied many genres of writing (Fiction Writing, Autobiographical Writing, Screenwriting, and Writing for Children) in the UCLA extension programme in Los Angeles in the late 80’s. Throughout this same period on the West Coast Irene studied and trained in complementary methods of learning – particularly cognitive learning skills (Howard Gardner – Multi-Intelligences) and Psycho-synthesis in Education (Roberto Assagioli). Following this study period Irene founded The Creative Writer’s Workshop, which is now an internationally renowned course and retreat for new and established writers.

In 2009 The Memoir Writing Workbook was published, which is based upon Irene’s writing techniques.

In 2012 Irene launched The Memoir Writing Club, an online interactive writing community.


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