Monthly Archives: May 2016

Death’s Garden: Cemetery Strawberries

by Chris LaMay-West Once we left the main route, the rest of the way was up a winding mountain road of packed orange clay dirt when it was dry, red mud when it had rained. I don’t remember if we … Continue reading

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The Legend of Black Aggie

by E. A. Black I have always had a soft spot for cemetery statuary. I own a replica of the Bird Girl statue seen on the cover of the book Midnight In The Garden Of Good And Evil. The original … Continue reading

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Brian and Paul and Me in the Cemetery

by Martha J. Allard We started hanging out in the cemetery because my mother hated Brian. Well, hate is a strong word. He made her nervous. When we couldn’t go to my house, the tradition of wine coolers in the … Continue reading

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Death’s Garden: Chiswick New

by Sheldon K. Goodman If you’ve ever loved the roar of traffic and the screaming engines of passenger aircraft, there is one cemetery that stands head and shoulders above the rest. Located near the idyllic Chiswick House and the beautiful A136 dual … Continue reading

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