Here is another fantastic essay from America’s small press. Winner of the 2015 Hrushka Memorial Nonfiction Prize from the Michigan-based journal Passage North, the author spins a complex weave about her life and family, Archimedes and science to explore the ways meaning accrues, the past endures, and emotional memory connects us to the past in ways that both brace and break us.
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