"A spare, sharp memoir about the speed with which a comfortable existence can be blighted by grief.” —Bee Wilson, The Sunday Times (London)
Neil Serven lives with his wife and three cats in Greenfield, Massachusetts, and works as a lexicographer. His writing has appeared in Washington Square, Atticus Review, Pine Hills Review, Prairie Schooner online, and elsewhere.
My father never shared with his family the story of the time he reeled in a 457-pound tuna.
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