Complicated truths in memoir are both excavated and illuminated through voice. The voice of innocence informs the reader: “Hey listen, this is what happened to me.” The voice of experience then examines, explores and provides the insight: “And this is what it might mean to me and to you, too.” This seminar will explore the […]
Ellyn Gelman began writing at Westport Writer’s Workshop. She went on to earn an MFA in creative writing from Fairfield University. In 2017 she completed an editorial internship at Brain, Child
Magazine. Her work has appeared in Adoptive Families Magazine, Brain, Child Magazine, and NPR’s, This I Believe. She is currently editing her new collection of essays for publication.