How do we make memories? How do memories make us? We’re interested in memories lost, remade, and revisited. We’re interested in how the past is treated in different times and cultures. We’re interested in how societies and individuals create and define themselves through engagement with their pasts. What we keep. What we discard. How we use or once used technology to do so. How we craft, curate, and rework history, mythology, meaning, and identity, both societal and personal. How we lose memories. Talk to us about souvenirs, journals, and memorials, manuscripts, mixtapes, or tattoos. Talk to us about scars, storytelling, photography, monuments, inheritance, family heirlooms, and traditions. Talk to us about things we’ve forgotten or never even thought of. We want to see your fiction and non-fiction submissions. We would particularly like to see creative non-fiction, personal essays, historical fiction, essays on history, and speculative fiction. We are interested in both the stories of individuals and broader cultural contexts. This is not an academic journal, but any sources should be footnoted.