Memory Vague is the sound of the future lamenting its past.
Possibilities thwarted, opportunities squandered, potential wasted, connections missed.
Or…Memory Vague is the sound of the past mourning its future. A last look at all those things that never are meant to be.
Memory Vague bypasses the present altogether, constructing its identity with ghosts and fragments from glimpses of another age. It hints that it may launch into an unexpected celebration at any time, but reconsiders its position and, instead, mulls over its former glories and failures...
Anthony Galli currently lives in Athens, Georgia. He shares a birthday with his black cat, Magic, and they both claim Wings of Desire as their favorite film. Anthony has published two books of poetry, Amnesia for Insomniacs and Invisible Idiot.