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To the Ends of Roads, and Beginning Anew

To the Ends of Roads, and Beginning Anew

Nancy Townsley reflects back twenty years ago to when she married her husband in a remote part of Alaska, and the rich and colorful characters they encountered.

Risen Apes: All In

S.M. Park’s column Risen Apes about being a 70-year-old boomer. In “All In,” Park and his high school buddies get together for their annual poker event, plus a story about the Dead.

Communiqués From Geezerville: Musings About Death

Corie Skolnick’s latest Communiqués From Geezerville “Musings About Death” talks about a recent doctor’s appointment over Zoom, the passing of Joan Didion, and having a healthy attitude about death.

Risen Apes: Grandpa Windsong

S.M. Park’s column Risen Apes about being a 70-year-old boomer. In “Grandpa Windsong,” Park, surprisingly, gets invited back for a second job interview.

In Review: Antlers and “The Quiet Boy”

Jason Arment looks at what can happen when Hollywood tries to expand a short story into a full-length film, as is the case with “The Quiet Boy” and Antlers.

The Sound of Metal and the Failure of a Narrative Wrapped in a Failure of Sound

Ben Tanzer continues exploring the many facets of “failure.” In “The Sound of Metal and the Failure of a Narrative Wrapped in a Failure of Sound,” he looks at hearing loss. 

Risen Apes: Personal History

S.M. Park’s column Risen Apes about being a 70-year-old boomer. In “Personal History,” Park applies for a job and has an interview, his first in thirty-five years.

Communiqués From Geezerville: How To Be Ninety

Corie Skolnick’s latest Communiqués From Geezerville column “How To Be Ninety” is about exactly that, how to be ninety and crushing life. Meet Aunt El.

Risen Apes: Pot of Gold

S.M. Park’s column Risen Apes about being a 70-year-old boomer. In “Pot of Gold,” Park talks about frugality, storytelling in public, and Greyhound buses.

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