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There are memories which others may have told us, memories that sneak up on us from time to time and almost feel like our own. Some stories in SAND 6 read like disturbing and pervasive memories as they reveal family estrangements and unsettling relationships between parents and children, as we witness life and death and the state in between. Some of the work in the issue also reminds us that what disturbs can also soothe: sand can be both, “rough when it whips at your bare legs, but soft when you lie in it,” as Erin Kelly puts it. Each reader will add their own layer of memories to the words and images that compose this issue — and to the singular photography inserted into the last page of each copy, a lost or maybe rejected memory on the back of which yet another memory is shared with you.