"The Art Of Nostalgia" is a collection of nine personal essays that aim to capture nostalgia’s essence. The essays bring the reader on a journey as Lauren crafts a timeline of memories that reflect a deep-rooted nostalgia for places, people, and transient phases of life. She, inadvertently, strings together pieces of herself, pieces that shape who she is at her core, daring us to ponder our own stories, our own past that vitally remains within us.
About the Author
Lauren Suval is a writer based in Long Island, NY. After studying print journalism and psychology at Hofstra University, she freelanced for Psych Central, writing editorial-based articles for their World of Psychology Blog. In recent years, she began experimenting with short fictional and nonfictional narratives as well, and her pieces have been featured on Thought Catalog, Medium, Catapult Community, and other online publications. Her e-book, "Coping With Life's Clutter," was self-published on Amazon in the fall of 2014.
"The Art Of Nostalgia," her latest work, is a collection of nine personal essays, and it's a collection that's very close to her heart. After all, those who know Lauren, generally know that 'nostalgia' may as well be her middle name.
About the Publisher
Thought Catalog Books is a publishing house owned by The Thought & Expression Company, an independent media group based in Brooklyn, New York. Founded in 2010, we are committed to facilitating thought and expression. We exist to help people become better communicators and listeners in order to engender a more exciting, attentive, and imaginative world. Follow us on Instagram or check out the website.
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