APH Weekly Blog Roundup: Who Will Read Your Memoir, Unforeseen Moments, Flying Time, and Guilt or Shame?

This weeks collection of blog posts by members of the Association of Personal Historians is full of personal stories or thoughtful reflections. Mary Beth Lagerborg of Retelling shares a personal story about unforeseen happenings in A Precipitating Moment. “A personal historian helps the client identify what in fiction writing would be called a precipitating event. In my life,… Read More »

APH Weekly Blog Roundup: Exploring Your Voice, the Archives Keeper, Grandma’s Stories, and the Love of History

If you enjoy reading blog posts and listening to podcasts, you are in for a treat this week. Members of the Association of Personal Historians have been busy posting loads of information and memorable personal stories to include in this week’s roundup. Lisa Kagan of Family Heirloom Arts explores ways in which your family’s origin stories can offer… Read More »

Meet the Kick It Up! Workshop Presenters – Part 3 – APH12

We’ve spent the last two episodes getting to know the folks who’ll be leading the informational and inspirational workshops at “Kick It Up,” the 2016 conference for the Association of Personal Historians in Fort Worth, Texas – and in this podcast, host Steve Pender introduces you to the final group of workshop presenters. They are: Patricia Charpentier –… Read More »