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281 Karangahape Rd Auckland

Rosie Fea

Then, Now, Maybe


A collection of fragments privately penned across four years of peripatetic living and eventually assembled into a series of prose about clinging to the ephemeral - a venture into things that no longer or do not yet exist.

As the writer addresses the role memory plays when we travel and interact within various contexts, the internal discourse vacillates between tender and matter-of-fact, deeply personal yet accessible and relevant, holding in equipoise the aching and the humorous realities of a life lived in the choke-hold of perpetual nostalgia.