How to Write Your Own Obituary
October 3 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Why let others tell the story of your life when you know the material intimately? Best of all, you can leave out the unsavory bits and showcase only the highlights! All kidding aside, a well-written obituary can be a lasting testimony to those we leave behind, a record of personal history, a legacy to those we cherish in our own “voice.” Learn the basics of writing a newspaper obituary, read some outstanding examples and write your own, before it’s too late. Class meets Tuesdays, 10/3 – 10/10, 6:30pm to 8:00pm. Course fee: $50–not eligible for discounts. To reserve your seat visit TCU Extended Education.
Sandy Guerra-Cline is a native Texan and a veteran of the newspaper wars, from Corpus Christi to Lubbock and places in between, including Fort Worth, where she has worked for the Star-Telegram since 1998. She is a senior copy editor and occasional feature writer. She tries her best to refrain from copy editing after hours, the better to keep friends and family members on speaking terms.