Gone, but five feet away


Canadian writer Lisa Moore has an excellent personal essay on family, grief and lasting ties over at the Guardian site. And like a true professional, her final anecdote connects up nicely with her theme and closing words, which I often think is the literary equivalent of putting a bow on a package as the finishing touch. It has me wanting to go back to all my writing about my family and make it more concise and detailed. Read the essay here.


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