Tag Archives: memory

New column: “Where were you on September 11th?”

Hi, friends. My column this week is both memory and reminder. Where were you on September 11, 2001? To read, click here.

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A new essay in “Past-Ten”: on memory and miscarriage

A few months ago, a writer/author/teacher/editor friend of mine, the lovely Donald Quist, asked me to submit a piece to his online journal, Past-Ten. Past-Ten is a wonderful publication that asks the question, “What were you doing on this day … Continue reading

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New newspaper column: “In consideration of Christmas past”

My new column is up at The Greenville News, and it’s all about Christmas past–about memory, nostalgia, history, and more. And how this time of year, it’s important to look back. To read, click here. I hope you enjoy it!

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New column: “Your memories might not be your own”

Hi, all! Today’s column is up at The Greenville News, and this one’s all about the theory of ancestral memory, or inherited memories. Ever wondered if you’ve inherited more than eye color and height from your ancestors? Well, check it … Continue reading

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