“The common myth about the past is that it’s over. It’s not. It’s open to reinterpretation. Past as putty, to shape as one chooses. Roll it back into a ball and pose it again. And again.” – Gaughan
Patrick Gaughan reviews my book and wonders how many flights there are over the Atlantic on a given day.
Beautiful and insightful piece of writing on memory, home, Proust, and An Instrument.
Read the full review here!