Tuesday, September 3, 2013
That essay runs today in the Wall Street Journal blog, Speakeasy. Many thanks to Beth Parker at Gotham for helping me find its right home.
This essay, on photographs, is part of a series of essays I've lately been writing about the memoir form. Today, in the The Millions, for example, I write about the conversational in memoir. Last week, I wrote in The Pennsylvania Gazette about the students I love.
Thank you, Beth Parker of Gotham, for finding a home for me at Speakeasy, and thank you Speakeasy.
More of my thoughts on the memoir form can be found on this dedicated Handling page.