Tag Archives: Please Talk about Me When I’m Gone

Stop Me if You’ve Heard This One Before

Question: What’s a writer to do in an era where memoirs are assumed to be fictional and novels are, increasingly, considered thinly-veiled cris de coeur? Answer: Deny Everything. Continue reading

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What We Talk About When We (Don’t) Talk About Dying

Aside from comfort and serenity, answers are the hardest things to come by when you’re dealing with terminal cancer, writes Sean Murphy. Continue reading

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