In his novel A Cure for Suicide, Jesse Ball tells the story of a man who must start his life over without memories.

In Laura van den Berg’s Find Me, a woman discovers she is immune to a disease that is destroying people’s memories.

In The Chimes, Anna Smaill creates a world without a past controlled by music. Join these three writers as they explore how and why we remember.

On Memory - Adelaide Writers' WeekPhoto credit Jesse Ball:Joe Lieske

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