Marci Daniels is a writer living in San Francisco, California.
Collection of fiction in progress:
But We’re Happy, is a collection of short stories with a primary focus on memory. Several of the characters in But We’re Happy confront their own mis-rememberings and un-rememberings, or what you might call memory-by-rote: repeated utterings of circumstances that either never happened, or that did happen but that did not mean what they were thought to have meant. Such confrontations put the characters in But We’re Happy in the position of constantly having to invent new truths to make sense of their histories and/or present circumstances.