Patrick Gaughan reviews An Instrument for Leaving in Full Stop

“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!

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