February 27, 2018 / Creative Writing
Michael Dean Clark explores the mistakes we make and opportunities we miss when we save our eulogies for the memorial service.
Michael Dean Clark is writer of fiction and literary nonfiction whose work has appeared in places like Hoosier Lit, Angel City Review, Pleiades, Relief, and others. Formerly an award-winning journalist, he is also the coeditor of the books Creative Writing in the Digital Age and Creative Writing Innovations. Follow him on Twitter at @MDeanClark and check out his blog at writingaftersunsets.wordpress.com.