The Texture of Water

by Emily Mercedes Rich

You are standing in a field in Florida. You watch as Chris, who lost her mother at a young age, struggles with whether or not to read her mother’s journal, potentially rewriting her memories. A memory play unfolds in a swamp well-versed in forgetting. How does new information destroy what you already know, and how do you rebuild?

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