The Objects of Our Lives
A collaborative project by the members of the RBWG
We say “things” are not important, it is the people and experiences of our lives that make it rich. But is that always true? This is the question we put to Guild writers, asking them to craft a story—fiction or nonfiction, prose or poetry—about an everyday object that represents an important part of their life. The project was inspired by a Harvard Gazette essay by Leslie Jamison (read it here).
We are overjoyed by the number of writers who participated. Rather than creating one large document, we are serializing these pieces. Several pieces will be posted each week for our readers to savor and contemplate. Click on the links below to open/download each weekly installment.
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