Heaven

Heaven

Today's guest post is from a musician who recently contacted us here at Glow. Latlaus Sky, made up of Brett and Abby Larson, have just completed their 14-track album "The End of Sorrow." While the album is a loose fictional narrative of loss, the questioning and sorrow is, like much fiction, from Brett's real life. He said to me—and I find truth in this—"It seems the stories we tell can sometimes come closer to us than the realities of fact. I have looked into the river of sorrow and my music is a search to follow this river to the sea."

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Ghostbelly: a conversation, part II

Ghostbelly: a conversation, part II

"My relationship to Thor and my thinking about that time continue to evolve. Many people say you shouldn’t write a memoir until a lot of time has passed—say, fifteen or twenty years—so you have some distance from the events and from the person you were at the time. But what I wanted to convey was the immediacy of grief, and if I’d waited, I would have lost that." —'Ghostbelly' author Elizabeth Heineman

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