Oh, Brian Williams…

The brain seems to have a remarkable elasticity – remembering some details, forgetting others, and apparently rewriting whole events to suit itself without our knowledge. This isn’t the same as lying; lying is knowing the truth and deliberately covering it up with falsehood. When I was 16, my grandfather died, less than a week after Read More …

Nothing Left to Say

What do you write when there’s nothing left to say? Or maybe there’s too much to say¬†and you no longer have the heart to say it – you’re all “said out”? In the end, maybe, you return to your first love: fiction. You’re not sure that your resolve will stand strong – that you can Read More …