Covid-19, Memory, and Remembering My Grandma
Can I trust the sparse memories in my long-Covid brain? If I don’t record this, will my Frankenstein-ed memories escape, just like Grandma’s did?
oh my god, I totally forgot!
Maddie McClouskey is a writer and performer based in Queens. They have written for Everyday Feminism, The Sondheim Review, and NewMusical Theatre, among others. When they're not writing, you may find them working as a singer at the iconic Marie's Crisis musical theatre piano bar.
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