Ryan Pfeil on how the challenges of 2020 affected his work, family, and memory
Evelyn Sharenov writes about memory, music, and maternal inheritance.
In this issue, we explore how we remember and forget, as individuals and communities. Who and what do we remember? How are memories made and lost? And what, if anything, do they mean?
Laura Gibson on family, forgetting, and the underworld.
Paul Susi writes about Chee Gong, a Chinese migrant laborer who was wrongfully convicted and executed in 1889.
May Saechao writes about how the Iu Mien community connects to history and traditions across time and distance.
Jamie Passaro reflects on the purpose of the obituary.
Sallie Tisdale on a memorable night at the fair and the untrustworthy nature of remembering.
Paul Susi writes about Chee Gong, a Chinese migrant laborer who was wrongfully convicted and executed in Portland on August 9, 1889.
Kate Lucky on how we connect to family history as it turns from memory into myth.