Mnemosyne (“NEM-o-SEE-nay”) is an online aperiodical publication of Mnemo Press, a nonprofit publishing collective serving writers and artists whose work focuses on the general topics of “dreams, memory and mind.” The goal of Mnemosyne is to provide a virtual “cafe” where artists, writers, and readers can come together to explore and discuss these topics. Additionally, Mnemosyne endeavors to provide an environment where scientists who study the mind can develop their narrative voice and learn to communicate their ideas to the public. Scientists who wish to develop their work for public consumption may want to consider the free Mnemosyne Workshop.
The editorial staff of Mnemosyne currently consists of Editor-in-Chief Andrew Logan Haskins–the founder of Mnemo Press–and Senior Editor Helen Noakes.
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We hope you’ve enjoyed reading Mnemosyne, and we look forward to your comments and discussion.
- Birth of a Titan
- Island: special feature on autism
- What Is Thinking in Pictures?
- Of Cats and Frogs
- Memories, Dreams and Refractions
- Emergence Is Bitchin’
- Looking Up, Down and Back
- Mythos: Genesis
- Dynamic Concepts
- Vanyez’ Dream
- Journey to the Known
- Santa Fe Voices
- Men Who Work with their Hands
- Moon Dreams
- Georgia L. May
- Elusive Artists of the Mid-Cape
- Fevered Visions
- On the Horizon