A Review of J.M. Monaco’s “How We Remember”
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A Review of J.M. Monaco’s “How We Remember”

Disclosure: This page may contain affiliate links. Clicking through for additional information or to make a purchase may result in a small commission. CONTENT WARNING: discussions of sexual assault, cancer, death by suicide, and drug/alcohol abuse. As a passionate researcher in memory studies I am always drawn to books, both fiction and nonfiction, that draw … Continue reading

A Review of “Idaho”: forgetting and remembering
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A Review of “Idaho”: forgetting and remembering

Disclosure: This page may contain affiliate links. Clicking through for additional information or to make a purchase may result in a small commission. I am not going to lie, the decision I made to read this book was heavily based on the cover. What is that old saying again? Anyway, I found myself drawn to … Continue reading

#8 The Archaeology of Memory
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#8 The Archaeology of Memory

Anne Hume was a Scottish writer in the mid-1700s who died in 1821. I would like to think that her songs and words not only speak to me because of their beauty, but because of an inexplicable link with Scotland, and my Father and our shared heritage. The song is about lost love and it … Continue reading

Old Feet
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Old Feet

I wrote this story when I was doing my Bachelor’s of Arts. My father had struggled with rheumatoid arthritis for several years. He was always a fit and strong man and his arthritis stole a lot of his movement. It’s perhaps a weird homage to pay… to someone’s feet. I’m publishing this story on what … Continue reading