The following stories and posts are geared toward helping you brainstorm your own life story and memoir projects. If you have any questions or would like to schedule a life story oral history project for a loved one, as a holiday gift, please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org. Note: Several of the stories posted are older, but still worthy of sharing.
Three Holiday Activities To Engage Loved Ones
Michelle Obama Just Launched A Becoming Journal Based On Her Memoir.
From Cross Dressers to coaches, the D.C. History Conference will have it all
The Washington Post
Copy Editing Resources
True Stories, Told Live
The House That Homer Built: Remembering a Cooperstown Celebrity
The New York Times
Memoir captures what it’s like growing up poor, gay and black in Camden
Houses Hold Memories Worth Preserving
The age of autofiction is here: How do writers feel about writing novels from their own lives.
Hunter Valley woman Lorraine Hall writes about healing from childhood trauma
Grandson keeps memory alive through nook
[Note: This story is proof that you can finish a project started by family elders.]