It is a great pleasure to again be working with the Fulton Public Library on their Third Annual Fulton Memoir Project.
The 2015 theme for the project is Fulton's Community Services Workers: Our Police Officers, Firefighters, Road Crews, Rescue Squads and Elected Officials. My role in the project is to help people write a short memoir that somehow relates to the theme.
I’ll be leading some classes and discussions to help people develop their memoir topic, as well as write and edit their work. Those classes will take place in June and July at the Library. To learn more about the classes, please click here: Writing Classes
For more information about the Fulton Memoir Project and how to get involved, you can contact me using the Contact tab at the top of the page or by calling the Library at 592-5159.
I am excited to be writing the story of the origins and development of Oswego County Search & Rescue. The group was formed in 1971 after a young boy went missing in the Adirondacks and no local organized help was available to assist in the search for him. Shortly after this, a group formed in Fulton to make sure that this lack of trained search and rescuers would never take place again. The inspiring story of how this small group of concerned individuals grew into one of the most respected search and rescue teams of New York State will be created from interviews with the team's founders, review of the many searches the team has undertaken and my first-hand observations of today's team in action.
I have no scheduled writing classes at this time. If you are interested in attending a future class, have a class topic to suggest, or a group that would like to host me as a writing teacher, please use the "Contact" link at the top of this webpage and send me a message.