- 'Corpse' throws off shroud and demands breakfast (The Washington Post, Washington DC, January 19, 1913) https://t.co/rCY5hl5cFk 5 days ago
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Monthly Archives: July 2014
Here’s a recent piece I wrote for the wonderful site, Modern Loss, on ten ways people have honored their dead with food.