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Tapping into something universal: Curt Anderson

By Roz DeKett One night, Curt Anderson dreamed that his father reappeared from the afterlife and complained that Curt wasn’t looking after the car he’d inherited from him. “I always thought that was kind of funny,” Curt says. So it … Continue reading

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One hundred words of freedom: Jane McDermott

By Roz DeKett On New Year’s Eve, the tenth anniversary of her mother’s death, Jane McDermott wrote one hundred words for her. “It was hugely comforting to do that,” she says. “It’s this little thing I can do, and I … Continue reading

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