Can we exorcise a memory? Can we purge those that are a danger to us?
Rewriting moments of trauma while coming to terms with a family in the early stages of memory loss, A Summoning muddles the line between fiction and nonfiction, poetry and prose, text and image. Each segment is fragmented but fluid, weaving in and out to show how malleable and unreliable memory can be; how it manifests in the body, mentally, physically, emotionally; how it mutates and betrays as we age.
A conceptual, psychological experiment focused on memory, Nicole McCarthy's collection lays the groundwork explaining the physiology of memory and how it changes in our bodies.
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