Incidences of Coincidence and Chance

This post was written by guest blogger Stephany Aulenback.

Craig Taylor, of Anonymous Juice, is writing a book about memory, specifically about the moments people remember most vividly. He’s looking for people to interview on the subject. He says:

“I’m looking for the moment that changed everything. If it hadn’t happened, that person would be living a completely different life. I’m interested in both big and small moments. Already I’ve spoken to people about disasters and triumphs and also about smaller decisions, incidences of coincidence and chance — stories where everything has changed, literally, in the blink of an eye, the snap of a finger, or a single kiss. Most importantly I’m looking for people who can remember details — smells, sights, even the clothes they were wearing at the time.”

While you’re there, check out Craig’s one million tiny plays. (Well, okay, 53 tiny plays. And counting.)


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