Telling the story of salmon and a community “20 miles north of Milwaukee” in The Milwaukee Anthology.
They say when you assume something you make and ass out of u and me. Memory can make us assume we remember things clearly, but believing that can make us seem like an a**.
All You Can Ever Know by Nicole Chung tells her story of adoption to a white family and later becoming acquainted with her Korean biological family.
How do you feel about Valentine’s Day? A memory from my sister made me love it all the more.
If you are a memoir writer, you’ll want to read Congratulations, Who Are You Again? by Harrison Scott Key. It’s Key’s account of how he wrote his first memoir, The World’s Largest Man.