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Interview: Marija Bulatovic, Author of ‘FANTASTICAL: Tales of Bears, Beer and Haemophilia’

"A good memoir is more than just recounting of the historical records."

"I also hope that readers will get a sense of curiosity about another time, place and enjoy some of the cultural elements FANTASTICAL presents." Read More »

Theater Review (NYC): ‘The Valley of Astonishment’ by Peter Brook and Marie-Hélène Estienne

Kathryn Hunter in The Valley of Astonishment

Stories of synaesthesia inspired by Oliver Sacks, a celebrated mnemonist, and an ancient Sufi poem. Read More »

False Memory Syndrome is False (and How to Grow a Tale)


We are often reminded that we can’t change the past. But we can change the stories we carry around with us about our past. Read More »

Book Review: ‘River Bend Chronicle’ by Ben Miller

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A nothing-short-of-amazing memoir of the 1970s, “decade of cultural meltdown and baroque morass." Read More »

Book Review: The Weight of Memory by Jennifer Paddock

An engaging women's novel about the burden of memory and moving on. Read More »

Memories of an Eight-Year-Old

What little life I had lived flashed before my eyes. Read More »

Remembering Steve Jobs, 1955-2011

American innovator Steve Jobs passes away, leaving an indelible mark on technology and our lives. Read More »

September 11: A Reflection

September 11: the images burned into our collective soul. Read More »

Goodbye, Amy – An Elegy for a Great Soul Singer

Singer Amy Winehouse dies at the age of 27 in Camden, England. Read More »

Book Review: Before I Go To Sleep by S.J. Watson

Who are we without our memories? Read More »