Isaac Marion has lived in and around Seattle all 29 years of his life, working as a candy maker, a security guard, a furnace installer, a Hospice assistant and a visitation supervisor for foster kids. He did not go to college or win any literary prizes. He currently lives in a 1977 GMC Birchaven with his lack of wife and children.

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Boarded Window

How does a brain choose which memories to keep? Why do people retain thirty-year-old movie quotes but forget life-changing epiphanies? You can order yourself to treasure a moment, to cling tight to a feeling and never let it fade, but it’s your...