essays / illness / memoir / spirituality
“You Want Me to Be Happy About Dying” — an essay by Ramona Grigg.
by broadstreetmag on Nov 5, 2020 • Comments Closed
Reflections on life, afterlife, and the reality of the dark, dark passage. “Nothing in my life will be erased after I die.” Photo by the author. To most of you out there, I’m old. I’m so old, odds are I’ll probably die soon. You can think on that for a few seconds and move on — easy for you — but me, I’m...
From Our Pages: “Miniature,” by Leslie Stainton.
by broadstreetmag on Jan 31, 2019 • 1 Comment
“Hitty attributes her survival to her ‘smallness,’ which, she insists, appeals to the strangers who save her, one after another.” BROAD STREET presents a popular feature about love, loss, and the things we carry throughout our lives, from our 2018 “Small Things, Partial Cures” issue. This essay is also available, in slightly different format, on...