Sam discusses the role of memory in autobiographical fiction. In particular, he mentions how the importance of memory–or the lack of it–contributed to his story published in Issue 2 and then later, in his novel The Shame of What We Are.
Most importantly, Sam advises that readers should not assume that the story is “strictly true to the author’s memory.”
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