I think of the work as a memoir of self-reckoning and the kinds of comeuppances we sometimes have to endure in order to recast our expectations about intimacy and love.
by Vicraj Gill
“It can be very circuitous to find your way to what’s plain, what’s natural to you, the best forms for your mind.” It was those very circuits that eventually led her back to her first loves, literature and writing.
by Francine Toder, Ph.D.
Absorbing the current neuroscience literature led me to the conclusion that novelty, complexity, and problem solving were the essential triad of ingredients necessary for maintaining brain vigor.
Peter Ferry reads from the opening chapter of his debut novel Travel Writing.
by Wendy Siegelman
While Ferry raises some heady intellectual ideas, from the book’s first sentence he makes clear that what unifies fiction and memoir (and perhaps makes distinguishing between the two insignificant) is the power of good storytelling.