We at Mnemosyne would like to thank:
Andy’s wife, Negina Rood, for patiently reading–and often rereading–every submission;
Paula Hendricks, for her advice regarding the layout of the issue;
Carol Verburg, for founding and sustaining the Self-Publishing Working Group at the Mechanics Institute Library–wherein the inspiration for the magazine was born;
The Mechanics Institute Library in San Francisco, for more than a century of support for local writers–including several contributors to Mnemosyne.
We’d especially like to acknowledge the Mechanics Institute Library Director, Sharon Miller, for her advocacy of the self-publishing and writer’s groups, and her seemingly endless willingness to lend Library resources to our crazy schemes. Thanks, Sharon!
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- 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