“To look at what it means to exist and be human—and who we are as species—we must look at history.” –Tell it Slant, Brenda Miller and Suzanne Paola

Memoir magazine’s mission is to be a witness to both factual and emotional truths that resonate with the human heart by supporting writers and artists in sharing their stories—whether personal, social or political– through publication, education, and advocacy.

Our goal is to cultivate our collective and individual capacity to recognize truth, while creating greater diversity and empathy, by flooding the world with stories that need to be told.

Available online at www.MemoirMag.com

**Memoir Magazine is a black-owned & woman-owned publication of

Memoir Magazine, LLC,

Durham, North Carolina.

Memoir Magazine is published weekly online continuously throughout the year.

Drip Editions™: If we are being honest, in this the Age of Content, our bookshelves (and mailboxes) are crammed with magazines that we just don’t have time to read in their entirety. There’s so much great stuff to read in Memoir Magazine (and all over really) that we decided to experiment with distribution methods and we came up with the Drip Edition™, as way for readers to enjoy and contemplate these fine essays, by announcing each issue one essay at a time. By joining our mailing list you will receive a weekly Drip Edition (an essay or so per week) in your inbox. At the end of year one you would have actually read the entire Volume 1, Issue 1 (and perhaps a couple of Special Editions) of Memoir Magazine! Yay for you!

Memoir Magazine is a proud member of the following fine literary organizations:

The Community of Literary Magazines and Presses

The North Carolina Writers Network


Mary in Berlin, 2014
Founder & Editor-in-Chief: Mary McBeth,
Editorial Assistants: Radha Rench, Kailee Morel, Joshua Dykas,
Essay Reviewers: Carlton Clayton, Joshua Bovill, Irene Dewitt
Book Reviewers: Marie Garcia, Derek Pezo, Jerry Waxler
Art Direction: Mary McBeth
Memoir University Educational Director: Jacqueline Regan
Technical Support: Matt Battista,

Special thanks to Chelsey Clammer, Jessica Parker, Samuel Autman.


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