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On the 10th anniversary of the 9/11 attacks on New York, Washington D.C. and Pennsylvania we honor the memory of those who lost their lives on that day and we remember those whose lives were changed forever because of that loss.

The memories of the attacks are fresh and vivid for many — we remember exactly where we were and what we did on that day, and we know we will never forget.

Why has the day become a part of our identity?

Here is a short interview with me conducted by Sylvia Massara from The Lit Chick Show in Sydney, Australia in which I try to answer that question.

Posts about 9/11 and To Kill the Other:

Life: a journey through the desert

Life after 9/11 – the persistence of memory

My novel about 9/11

Marek’s Story

2 Responses to “In Remembrance of 9/11”

  1. Danuta, I applaud you for trying to understand someone who would do such a thing, and I want to thank you for her honesty.

  2. Danuta Hinc says:

    Thank you, John. I believe that understanding is the first step to deciding the course of action that would bring the best and long-term results.