Memoir Anthology Release

11-23-2013 10-41-40 AM2Now available in print and digital.

There are some truly powerful stories in this first edition of What’s Your Story?

This anthology brings together the work of a group of special people who had the courage to not only write down their memories, but to share them with the world. We are pleased to bring you this collection of stories telling about special people, trials and triumphs, firsts and favorites, and overcoming adversities. We hope you enjoy these stories and are encouraged to write down your own life stories.

Getting Ready for Next Year!

Need help writing something? 

Head on over to the workshops tab and sign up for the FREE online workshop…any of the short assignments there will give you enough for a submission to next years anthology!

Start writing for next year!! Need help? I can get you started and keep you writing!

About Karen Y. Hamilton

Walt Whitman says about his autobiography, Specimen Days “…At any rate I obey my happy hour’s command, which seems curiously imperative. May-be, if don’t do anything else, I shall send out the most wayward, spontaneous, fragmentary book ever printed.” This is what I feel at this juncture of my life, the need to gather together memories of my ancestors as well as my own memories into some semblance of order. Because all of those fragments, all of the fragments that make up any life, become stories. I am the mother of three sons, who affectionately (I hope!) call me 'gypsy mom' because I tend to wander around a bit soaking in the universe's wonders. I am currently working towards an MFA in Creative Writing at Florida Atlantic University. I have published essays with Heritage Press, Florida Living, and the St. Pauls Review. I am currently working on a book of poems about the Florida Everglades pioneers and a memoir about grief and the bonds of friendship. I live in my hometown, Jupiter, Florida and work as a freelance writer and curriculum specialist.
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