Closing out World Alzheimer’s Month—a few observations on memory

September 29 | 2020

Pictured here are my maternal grandparents, Rose and Maurice, during their carefree period of courtship before the Great Depression.…  more ›

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The Smallest Objective on CTV News for World Alzheimer’s Day

September 22 | 2020

I was delighted that CTV Montreal decided to interview me about my memoir, The Smallest Objective, for World Alzheimer’s…  more ›

A date to remember—September 21 is World Alzheimer’s Day

September 21 | 2020

My parents’ wedding day, one of the most treasured days in their lives, was one they eventually couldn’t recall.…  more ›

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The Smallest Objective in the news!

September 16 | 2020

From Montreal to Toronto to Miramichi, New Brunswick, my new memoir, The Smallest Objective, is in the news with a special…  more ›

Objects & memory—the mind in flight

September 14 | 2020

I can no longer remember where I acquired the trio of buttons shown here. What I do recall is…  more ›

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My new memoir a suggested read for World Alzheimer’s Month

September 8 | 2020

I’m delighted that the Canadian book site 49th Shelf has chosen The Smallest Objective as one of five suggested reads for World…  more ›

Memory loss—my father’s last battle

September 7 | 2020

Dr. Archie Kirsch, my father, volunteered for Medical Corps in the Second World War and was commended for his…  more ›

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The Smallest Objective reviewed in The Miramichi Reader and Winnipeg Free Press!

September 2 | 2020

Please enjoy these two recent reviews of my memoir:

Let’s not forget to remember—September is World Alzheimer’s Month

September 1 | 2020

My mother, seen here as a young woman, had no trouble recognizing who she was—“myself,” as she wrote in…  more ›