kid_on_computer.jpgA memoir is a genre of writing that is based in memory, but the writer uses vivid details and lively description to help the reader visualize a particular, specific lived experience. Learn about the complex challenges and controversies of this genre and why memoir has become "a dirty word" in this audio feature featuring Daniel Mendelsson, from a recent issue of the New Yorker.

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Criteria for Evaluation, Memoir

Brian Berrodin
Andrea Dillard
Craig Doyle
Alex Dutton
Kevin Gold
Victoria Greco
Dan Harmon
Christopher Kology
Jennifer Lacko

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Bo Peng
Ryan Pierce
Amy Reed
Steven Schaber
Molly Silverman
Nicole Strano
Kurt Zimmerman
Sarah Wen
Valerie Laranko
Austin Monheit
Janine Mosley