“Earth is losing its memory.”
“When my wife and daughter were killed in Iran’s downing of Flight PS752, my life was thrown into total darkness.”
“Digital clones of the people we love could forever change how we grieve.”
“Try as I might, there is no material stronger than kinship.”
Her medium: the cremains of departed loved ones. Her mission: to change your perspective on the end of life.
After a year of loss and grief, Madison Marquer signed up to lead a team of gamers at a community college in Cheyenne, Wyoming. Brendan I. Koerner chronicles the journey. By early 2021, Walsh had gathered ample evidence to prove that esports could bring in as many as 20 student-athletes per year and boost the […]
Inside the struggles and heartaches of FEMA’s massive COVID funeral assistance program.
“After struggling with cancer for years, Sam Anthony was running out of time. Before he died, he found the courage to mail a letter that he had long been afraid to send.”
In a period of trying to sell her novel, Danielle Lazarin reflects on art, waiting, and the space between grief and hope.
“In Texas—Georgia—in Alabama—all over this vast canvas of fear that we call America, women will die. They won’t have time to run away. They will be great-Aunts only in name, and in death. And their deaths will disappear into a language made and remade by men to cover their shitty sins.”