Here at the writer's cafe we talk about some interesting things. When you put those things together you find something you're ashamed of. Let's be ashamed of things together.
Death had always scared him. It was not that we don't know what lies beyond the grave. No, he had a worse hypothesis to rest on. It came from his earliest years- the death of a close family member had been the greatest lesson in humility. But what it brought was only more questions. If … Continue reading Twenty Eighty-Six