“If I didn’t write it down, it’s shhhhh”: On Writing Dementia Edited by Susan M. Schultz Table of Contents: Introduction: Home (Un)founded Susan M Schultz Seven Poems by Barbara Moore Vincent (transcribed by her son, Stephen Vincent) “Frances” (from The Trebus Project) David Clegg and Susan M. Schultz, eds Interview with David Clegg of the Trebus Project Susan M. Schultz Poetry by Dr. … Continue reading “If I didn’t write it down, it’s shhhhh”: On Writing Dementia.
Philosopher’s Window for A.G. Massachusetts Aschenbach, there is no dying, just memory/ its pursuit. What we desired was/ remembering one’s desires which were remembering if only one could just remember/ that sea on which we look beyond its metaphor or if/ there were some figure passing metaphor— not literal, not salt nor … Continue reading Poetry by Michael Snediker
by Michael D. Snediker Those who do not know that to say so is this. Please pay pray and relieve which is might and butter with it ordered as before near a station a station can be known as a depot it can be known as a fruit and a fruiterer it can be known as for and before and before and for before. I … Continue reading Lucy Church, Amiably