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Writing Your Autobiography or Memoirs – GI 23 167 (Online)

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11 July 2024 @ 7:15 pm - 9:15 pm BST

Tutor: Guy de Ferrer MA in Creative Writing (2007), MFA in Creative Writing (2009)

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Date: 11 July 2024
7:15 pm - 9:15 pm
Length of Course:
5 Thursdays
Reference Code:
GI 23 167
Ward Street
Guildford, Surrey GU1 4LH


Have you been thinking about writing your autobiography or memoirs? Then this course is for you! Over the course of five weeks, we will look at how to convincingly capture people, places, and stories from your life. Each week a homework will be set and discussed the following week. You will also receive tutor feedback by email.

All levels are welcome.

Please have a pen and paper for note-taking and classwork.


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01483 562142

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About the Speaker

Guy de Ferrer


Guy has taught undergraduate seminars, adult education classes for Surrey Adult Learning and The Guildford Institute. Today he teaches mainly online to small groups and individually. All genres of fiction are welcome as well as life-writing (memoirs, travel, self-help). Guy is also very supportive of neurodivergent writers.


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