Considering that The Remembering: Reflections on Love, Art, Faith, Heroes, Grief and Baseball is a deeply personal examination of the roots of 30 years of first-person essay writing, who better to interview the author about it than the fellow traveler who’s been trading inside jokes and baseball cards with him since before he could write his own name? Please welcome to these pages my brother Gerald Felix Warburg, Professor of Practice at the Frank Batten School of Leadership and Public Policy at the University of Virginia, and author of the novel The Mandarin Club, the memoir Dispatches from the Eastern Front: A Political Education from the Nixon Years to the Age of Obama, and the policy tome Conflict and Consensus: The Struggle Between Congress and the President over Foreign Policymaking. Gerry and I also collaborated as co-editors of California Dreams: Poems 1953-1981, a posthumous volume of poetry written by the author Sandol Stoddard—our mother.