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A recipient of the 2009 Hall of Fame Award by the Writers’ Network of South Florida for “service above and beyond the call of duty for the writing community…and for networking” among writers, Marjory conducts writing workshops on “Tips on Writing Your Life Story” and “What Every Writer Needs to Know about Writing and Publishing.”
In addition, she gives book reviews of New York Times Bestsellers including Benjamin Franklin by Walter Isaacson, John Adams by David McCullough and The Red Leather Diary by Lily Koppel.
Her articles and memoirs have been published in the Kappa Delta Pi National Honorary Magazine, the Indiana School Boards Journal, The Pompano Pelican, and the Lighthouse Point Magazine. Two of her memoirs will be published in anthologies in 2010. At Florida Atlantic University she wrote two training manuals for the Small Business Development Center, and at Nova Southeastern University she founded and edited a journal for graduate English students.
She has been on the faculty of Nova Southeastern University for twenty years, teaching English and leadership courses, live and online. Currently she is dissertation chairperson for doctoral students in organizational leadership.
Marjory is a member of the Independent Book Publishers Association and a board member of the Florida Publishers Association, the Writers Network of South Florida, and the National League of American Pen Women, where she chairs the scholarship committee, providing awards for high school student writers.
Click here to download a pdf of Dr. Lyons’ complete résumé.
October 10, 2014 to June 30, 2015—Weekly Writing Critique Group by Marjory D. Lyons “Writing from the Heart” at Herb Skolnick Community Center, 800 SW 36th Avenue, Pompano Beach, FL 33069. 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. $15.00 per week. Information 954-249-1333.
Marjory was selected for the 2014 summer faculty at the Chautauqua Institute in summer 2014. She taught her individualized class: “Telling Your Story in Words and Pictures.” Of the ten students, ages ranged from 16 to 70, and occupations from a college professor to a retired executive to a high school student to an animal activist and others. Marjory is scheduled to teach the same course at the Chautauqua in the summer of 2015.
800 SW 36th Avenue
Pompano Beach FL 33069