Association of Personal Historians Making News
Colorado Springs Style, A Story Like No Other - Your Own, by Becky Hurley
ABC News, Writing Your Own Obit: A Chance to Reflect, Get It Right by Melissa Kossler Dutton
The New York Times, Have a Story To Tell? Your Personal Memoirist Is Here by Alina Tugend
The Chicago Tribune Primetime, Oh, the Stories They Could Tell
Feminine Collective, Creating My Father's Legacy: Martin Elkort's Photography
Media Appearances by APH Members
Personal History Showcase: Member Products Gaining Publicity
Dish Magazine, Review of Time to Tell Your Personal and Family History, by Rachel Gladstone
"Tracking down information about your heritage can be fun but it is often difficult to know where to start your journey. Luckily, Personal Historian and author Deborah Wilbrink knows just what to do and she leads the way into this often complicated process in her new book TIME TO TELL..."
Personal historian Meghan Vigeant helped her client create Only Human: A Journey from Convict to Mentor.
Alton Lane was a violent, angry, abusive, and abused criminal with a colorful array of addictions, who found a new way of being in the world when he learned and began to teach non-violent communication.
"This was one of those books that I found delightfully hard to put down. It drew me in with its spirited story-telling style. It was as if I were taking a stroll with Alton himself while he recounted his life in a voice filled with honesty, wit, vulnerability, and deep insight. It left me both deeply connected with Alton, and longing to meet him in person."
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The APH annual conference, now renamed "The Life Story Symposium," will be held September 24-27, 2017, at the Intercontinental Riverfront Hotel in St. Paul, Minnesota. The keynote speaker will be radio journalist Kerri Miller of Minnesota Public Radio. For more details, see our upcoming conference page.