A Memory of the Ubiquitous Lost Things, Places, and People
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Author: Jeremy Delgado
Publisher: Vegetarian Alcoholic Press (2022)
What if you could remember everything that ever happened to you? Would it make it any more possible to solve the mystery of existence? This story takes a hard look at what happens when we know too much.
"A Memory of the Ubiquitous Lost Things dwells in the space where reality blurs with dreams and dreams become nightmares. With tenderness and rage refracted through the lens of loss, this narrative dwells simultaneously in the past, present, and future; in the self and the collective. Even as memory writ large is lost, the urgent voice of this thrilling debut declares I am and clings tooth and nail to what makes us human."