Dying in America, or How to Become Completely Invisible
There is no guidebook or set of rules for us to follow; there is no concrete “American” etiquette around death.
Bailey Cook Dailey is a writer from Reno, NV. She is currently based out of New York City. Her writing has appeared in Adelaide Literary Magazine and MexDFMagazine.
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