Monthly Archives: March 2017

Lukasa at the Brooklyn Museum

There were many highlights during the month of travel in the US and UK for the publications of the Pegasus Books and Atlantic Books additions of The Memory Code respectively. I expected seeing the¬†two lukasas (more correctly, the plural is … Continue reading

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Media descriptions of my work

I am finally home from the US and UK after travelling there for the publication of the Pegasus Books and Atlantic Books editions of The Memory Code respectively. I have a great deal to write as a result of the … Continue reading

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Getting started on a songline or memory palace

I am getting asked a lot about the specifics of getting started using a memory palace or songline for lots of information. So I have updated the older post on this. Starting a contemporary songline Have fun!

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