Under this heading I’m putting a growing number of different kinds of edited textual accunts of my life — from the very beginning to the present day:

All these texts are based on the source material (the documents in the archive, my memories, images, and interviews).


Other texts are lists of different kinds (like many other people, I have a special knack for lists). Read more here →

Episodic accounts

Another kind of texts are episodic — short texts about singular events, situations, experiences, and memories; e.g., my chemistry studies, the despair I felt when writing my dissertation, and a dream in which I kill my mother.


Finally, I’m publishing bits and pieces of a growing comprehensive narrative text (a story) about my life as a whole — like a narrative jigsaw.

This kind of text is what we usually think of when we talk about autobiographies and memoires.

Thematic accounts

I will also discuss the possibility of writing the memoir thematically.

I see two practical possibilities. Either in terms of an overarching theme (motif) for the chronological account, or organizing the memoir thematically instead of chronologically.

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