Don’t Write Alone | Notes on Craft

Did I Get My Memoir Wrong?

I was confident in my narrative and wrote a memoir about it. But turns out the facts were questionable.

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The Red Zone


a new paper was released



from her book of the same name

I am not the young writer with the impressive memory anymore. Maybe I never was.

So how do we reconcile with our faulty, malleable memories? We continue telling our stories, shaping narratives, while also holding space that memory is out of our control. The stronger you are convinced you are right about something, the more I’d encourage you to question it.