“Edward Trebus filled his house with things other people had thrown away, believing that at some point they would prove useful - not unlike Clegg himself, of course, storing memories before they disappear for ever. I told him how amazed I had been by the natural poetry of the language and how I wasn’t sure the poet laureate could have come up with Sid’s astonishing description of his mother as having, “a pretty face with clothing for the centuries”, while later lamenting that, “for some particular reason the past people are always trying to attract my attention”.Debra Mehta – Care Talk Magazine.
“What strikes me as memorable about this project is that it could only be done by people who are clinging to the wreckage. It’s not one of those pitifully hearty bits of do-goodery that pretend to allow the physically or mentally compromised some manqué padded version of the able world”.A.A. Gill – Sunday Times.
"Look at me throwing all these stories down now… things that are very interesting and special for me. I haven’t seen them for ages. "- Morris
Professor Alison Wray added footnotes to each story.