Down in the Ground

By Bruce Meyer

Down in the Ground
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Dying is not merely the domain of the dead; it is a shared experience. What remains after someone has passed are the memories, that reflections of the past and those who have passed, and the challenges everyone faces in the wake of loss. Down in the Ground is a collection of ... Read more


Overview

Dying is not merely the domain of the dead; it is a shared experience. What remains after someone has passed are the memories, that reflections of the past and those who have passed, and the challenges everyone faces in the wake of loss. Down in the Ground is a collection of short, flash fiction stories that examine the ways in which individuals deal with grief and loss, not as morbid reactions but as attempts to understand what they are experiencing. From the cradle to the grave, Down in the Ground is a study in the complex creativity we use to address grief and to challenge death so that life can triumph.

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?Meyer is the best sort of critical reader: one who loves literature and also enjoys discussing it in an enlightened and accessible manner. ? --Quill & Quire[The Arrow of Time] In the end, what illuminates Meyer?s work most is his sensibility. -- Arc, Anouk Henri[The Seasons] Bruce Meyer is an accomplished and well published old pro. These beautiful sonnets seem effortless but the discipline to sustain such a high, sweet note is remarkable. --Michael Dennis

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