At the Grounds: On Fatherhood and Grief
“My father was still making plans, and little plans were one way he expressed his love of life.”
Andrew Pippos lives in Sydney. His writing has appeared in The Millions, Tin House, N+1, Okey-Panky and Meanjin. Twitter: @andrewpippos
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