Story Wranglers: An Update
Retrospect proves that social media sites need not become cesspools of trolling and rancor.
Without Retrospect, we’d all just be bidin’ our time
I am so grateful to Retrospect for giving me the avenue and the structure to bring these stories to life.
Waking Up With Retrospect
We are yet mired in anxiety.
Discovering a treasure
Retrospect made a journalist realize it's okay to write about his own stories and not just the stories of others.
Carrying Retrospect Forward
I think we could write this retro Retro piece in synchronous serendipity, so I won’t dwell on a nostalgic past. But [...]
"A farm family ambience, sifting compost piles of memory, tilling soils of a late lamented culture..."
Writing for Retrospect
Altho I’ve Retroflashed about my feelings for Retrospect, there’s more to say about this wonderful website! In September [...]
What’s Your Story?
Knowing I write, my friend Betsy invited me to join Retrospect. I was already blogging, but writing to weekly prompts [...]
Say It Ain’t So
It was the dark winter solstice of December 2020. Everything was shut down because of COVID, and vaccines were a mere [...]
Try To Remember
302 stories. Seven years. Probably thousands of comments on other people's stories and replies to their comments on mine.
It’s a daunting task to put my experience with Retrospect into perspective. To say it’s been meaningful is a huge [...]
Retrospect Post Number 241
As we all take a well-deserved break for the month of January to reflect on the future of Retrospect, thanks to all who read [...]
Protected: Thanks for the Memory
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Auld Lang Syne
Where to begin? MyRetrospect.com has been a huge part of my life since the autumn of 2015. Patti and John Zussman, dear [...]