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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Category Archives: Childhood
1986, Portland, Oregon My mother answered my letter. Yes, she had broached my father with my question: Would he accept Baby’s marrying a man who wasn’t Jewish? Even though it went against everything he had been taught? Even though his Orthodox relatives would reject me, … Continue reading
Summer of Love, 2009. Assignment 3 from Stalker. Now that you told me the good parts, tell me the others. Tell me about sad and stressful things in your childhood. Do I dare? How far do I go? Isn’t falling … Continue reading
Our summer of love, 2009. Stalker wanted to know everything about me. I could share those stories that I had hoped, in my most self-indulgent daydreams, to find an audience for. ”From your first skinned knee to your first pet, from your first kiss to the last tear that … Continue reading