When Amy Eaton spoke about failure at Hippocamp 2021, she was speaking my language.
Don’t Get Lost: A Hippocamp 21 Recap
I put the phrase “Don’t get lost” on my wall of things I stare at when my cursor is calling me an idiot.
Meeting my block and No, I didn’t steal a projector screen: A HippoCamp 21 Recap
“This isn’t a writing workshop,” the session description said. What an understatement.
Matching Memories and Research Makes a Memoir of Depth – A HippoCamp 21 Recap
Lilly considers research one of the memoirist’s most valuable tools.
But is my story true? – A Recap of John Teske’s HippoCamp 21 Session
I’ve told this story several times over the years, but something didn’t ring true.
The Golden Circle for Writers: Why, What, and How: A Recap of Leanne Sowul’s Presentation at HippoCamp 2021
Letting your mind wander, advises Leanne, is just as important as putting your butt in the chair to write in the first place.
Work/Writing/Life Balance: A Recap of Athena Dixon’s Presentation at HippoCamp 2021
In order to use the time we do have wisely, we can do three things.
SPEAKER SPOTLIGHT: A Q&A With John A. Teske, Memory and Memoir: The Science of Memory in First Person Storytelling
Returning speaker John A. Teske will delve into the science of memory at HippoCamp 2021
SPEAKER SPOTLIGHT: Stephanie Feuer, Using Your Fifth Sense for Scent-sational Writing
We’ll explore why and how smell imagery can be a potent tool to convey mood, character and authenticity.
SPEAKER SPOTLIGHT: A Q&A With Aurora Bonner, Kill Your Darlings, Marie Kondo, and Other Revision Strategies
Returning HippoCamp speaker Aurora Bonner will lead a session on the all important topic of revision.