In an age when much of our memory lives in the cloud or on servers in Mountain View, the use of mind palaces in BBC’s Sherlock reminds us of the power of our brains.
Nate Waggoner's writing has appeared on SFWeekly.com, thefanzine.com, and in Sparkle & Blink. He has read at KQED’s New Kids on the Block Litcrawl event, Quiet Lightning, Bang Out, 851, and Write Club SF. He and his ex-girlfriend host a podcast called “Invitation to Love,” which is available on iTunes. He is the author of a comic book called "A Lifetime of Free Haircuts." He is an MFA candidate in Fiction at San Francisco State University.
Nate Waggoner's Latest Posts
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What makes Deerhunter’s “Monomania” the kind of song you listen to on the way to work and on the way back?
The third annual San Francisco Green Film Festival, which starts May 30, will be both beautiful and disturbing. Get ready!
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Marc Maron makes his own creative process into a great comedy show.