Founded in 1996, The New River is a biannual journal devoted exclusively to digital writing and art. I’m delighted that the Spring 2012 issue, just published, includes Rememori, my “game that is an experience in lyrical prose,” which New River also describes as:
An eerie twist to a child’s matching game puts the reader in the minds and hearts of both the Alzheimer’s patient and his fading loved ones.
The four works in this issue “were chosen for their duality” and in her note from the editor, Khalilah Boone goes on to say:
Developed to entertain and make the reader think deeply, the creative works we’re presenting invite the reader to ponder the origins of scholarship, question definitions of human identity, reflect upon who we are as patients or relatives of the ill, and carefully ruminate on the nature of our cultural belonging.
The other works are by Eric Lemay, F.J Bergman and Nanette Wylde.