Listen to Women

'You're never going to kill storytelling, because it's built into the human plan we come with.'


—Margaret Atwood, author of The Handmaid's Tale, The Testaments , and more.

Listen to Women

I feel I can only report on or interpret my own journey. Memory is such a tricky phenomenon, but I wanna take responsibility only for myself. I’ve accepted that memory is not reality.
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I tried to tell someone my story, but he thought it was a hustle.
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This city of cathedrals was full of people who looked like me. Dressed in their best and smelling of cologne.
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'Books leave gestures in the body; a certain way of moving, of turning, a certain closing of the eyes, a way of leaving, hesitations. Books leave certain sounds, a certain pacing;
mostly they leave the elusive, which is all the story.
They leave much more than the words.'


—Dionne Brand, author of The Blue Clerk, and Ossuaries.