What is narrative?The stories we tell ourselves and others. The people (characters), places (settings) and events (plots) of our lives. How we make sense of the world.
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Monthly Archives: October 2011
(Dear Reader, have you missed any earlier scenes? Catch up with this link: Stalker) In 2009, I saw Stalker for the first time in decades; for the first time since 1970, in Patrick’s parents’ home in the Bronx, in their basement with the … Continue reading
My mother tracks me down. She reads my report card from my once sixth grade teacher, Miss Dirschel. Under “Conduct,” Dirschel gave me “satisfactory,” but she listed about thirty examples of my problem conduct. “She is the silliest and loneliness girl I … Continue reading
(Dear Reader, have you missed any earlier scenes? Catch up with this link: Stalker) In the Summer of 2009, Stalker tells Baby a Story I was living with my parents. No shame there, even though I was nearly 29. I was glad … Continue reading
(Dear Reader, have you missed any earlier scenes? Catch up with this link: Stalker) Fall 2009, New York City It’s a small canvas bag from New York’s St. Luke’s-Roosevelt Hospital Center. The bag, wrapped in plastic, behind glass, is the … Continue reading
Dreams, October 8, 2011 The last resident showed how superior he was by going up the ladder, too long and high to even fathom, to get to the apartment. We were not so brave; we took the alternate series of … Continue reading