The Forgetfulness of Memory

Memory is illusive and selective, a central theme of writers like Harold Pinter and Marcel Proust. Eyewitness accounts of incidents that happened moments ago are unreliable, let alone foggy recollections from decades prior.

Further complicating remembrances of sketchy things past is the two-way nature of experiences…

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Mookie Spitz

Mookie Spitz

Chicago native now in New York City by way of LA. Hungarian parents, Korean kids, racks of electric guitars, shelves of Rubik's Cubes, and mountains of LEGO.