Some weeks ago I received an invitation from Bob Goldberg, Director of the Tanner Humanities Center at the University of Utah and History professor, to do a reading and Q & A on campus in relation to Memory’s Last Breath: Field Notes on My Dementia. My history with the Tanner Center goes back over 20 […]
Gerda reads from Memory’s Last Breath this coming Thursday, June 29th at 6:30 pm, ART ACCESS, 230 SOUTH 500 WEST, #110, Salt Lake City
Attendance is FREE and open to the public. ASL interpreter provided. IT WOULD BE LOVELY TO SEE YOU THERE! DATE: Thursday, June 29th, TIME: 6:30pm LOCATION: ART ACCESS, 230 SOUTH 500 WEST, #110, Salt Lake City Questions or accommodation re- quests? Please call 801.328.9868 or contact firstname.lastname@example.org As part of our Creative Aging Project, Art […]
June 29, 2017 @ 6:30 pm (Thursday): Gerda reads from MEMORY’S LAST BREATH, Art Access, 230 South 500 West #125, SLC, UT. Free and open to the public.
June 29, 2017 (Thursday): Gerda reads from MEMORY’S LAST BREATH, Art Access, 230 South 500 West #125, SLC, UT. Details to follow.
“Could I be faking dementia?” Excerpt from MEMORY’S LAST BREATH: FIELD NOTES ON MY DEMENTIA that I read at CityArt
Last Wednesday evening, I read from the second chapter of MEMORY’S LAST BREATH, in which I reflect on the genesis of my book that grew from journal entries to an essay to more essays to chapters. About three essays in, the discrepancy between my daily memory failures and my apparently retained writing ability generated the […]