The A to Z of Memoir: From Inspiration to Publication

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You’re invited to join us for a webinar on the A to Z of Memoir with author, editor and publisher, Joanne Hichens.

Joanne will start the webinar by chatting about the process of writing and publishing a memoir, and will then answer your questions about:

  • How to start your memoir
  • The writing process
  • Editing your manuscript
  • How to get published

Tuesday 14 May 2024

17:00 to 18:00 UK time

18:00 to 19:00 South African time

A recording of the webinar will be shared with all registered participants.

We are sure you’ll leave inspired and informed. We can’t wait to see you there.

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, author and editor, lives in Cape Town. Her memoir, published by , explores the passing of Joanne’s mother, husband, father and mother-in-law within a short period of time, and examines all that happens after death: emotional frenzy, funerals, family strife – the fighting and loving.

“In Death and the After Parties I write about the passing of my mother, husband, father and mother-in-law, and examine everything that happened after their deaths – the emotional frenzy, the funerals, the family strife, the fighting, the loving. I describe first-hand the shock, the grief, the mourning, the betrayals, ultimately focusing on recovering from loss.”

Her are Out to Score (co-written), Divine Justice, published in the United States, and Sweet Paradise. Her young adult novels, Stained and Riding the Wave, were both shortlisted for the Sanlam Literature Award.

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