The Memoirist
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The Memoirist

Finding Home in Turbulent Times

A flash of my memoir in progress

Photo by Shreena Bindra on Unsplash

Quetzaltenango, Guatemala, February 1986

It was no ordinary morning. I quietly enjoyed my coffee, in the restaurant of a quaint family-owned hotel, where I had spent the night. The ambiance was humble; both clean and tidy. There was only one other person in the dining room; an elderly Guatemalan gentleman. He too was drinking…

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We publish memoirs, personal essays, and fictional memoir. Creative stories unpacked from the nostalgic hope chests of our lives.

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Kimberly Hampton Nilsson

Kimberly Hampton Nilsson

writer, chiropractor, lover of travel, sport and adventure

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