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The Hardest Thing(s)

I’ve been hard at work editing the essays for Death’s Garden Revisited all month. I think the final book will have 45 essays in it, exploring people’s relationships to cemeteries from every angle. I plan to announce the Table of … Continue reading

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So many books, so little time

To be honest, January passed in a blur. I started the month with nothing on my calendar for the year, beyond the idea of some books I wanted to work on. Then our shower broke and we suddenly had to … Continue reading

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An invitation to join my newsletter

Hello, dear readers. I’ve been sending out a newsletter more or less monthly for over a year. Every issue features one of my morbid travel adventures, a personal letter from me, and usually a giveaway. It’s easy to join! Just … Continue reading

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The Autumn People

    My birthday is kind of a holy day for me. I try to take it off, spend it in a graveyard if at all possible. I’ve celebrated my birthday in Pere Lachaise, in the Bone Chapel of Kutna … Continue reading

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