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Anthony J. Mohr

“As I worked, the images lit up inside me and the dialogue crackled back to life, definite indications that what I put on the page is what happened.”

Lesilie Maxwell

“For me, I scrambled to try to get back in the same orbit I had been in before my mother died, and it took me a long time to realize I wouldn’t necessarily be able to get back.”

Grace Mattern

“Deep loss makes life seem unreal and unimaginable. Reading good writing about grief can remind us we’re not alone and that others have preceded us in making life real again and imagining themselves in to a future. That’s where I headed in writing the truth about death.”