Monthly Archives: March 2017



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In 2007, viral encephalitis burned through the brain of Lonni Sue Johnson, a musician, amateur pilot, and successful illustrator for The New Yorker. Johnson lost most of her memories as well as the ability to make new ones. Today, she lives in what journalist Michael D. Lemonick calls The Perpetual Now, the title of his book about Johnson and the new discoveries about memory that her tragedy has made possible.

Book Talk: The Amazing Story Of How An Artist’s Memory ...