As one of the 1/4 of adults in their 40’s or 50’s caring for an aging parent, I have found strength and hope in stories about the ups and downs of caretaking. I’m pitching an anthology of flash-length stories (1,500 words or less), fiction and nonfiction, on the topic.
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In October, I will be offering a class on writing about caring for our aging parents. Thank you to the Crow Collective for this opportunity to gather, read, and write about caregiving! Stay tuned for registration information by signing up for the Crow Collective list and/or mine! As the caregiver for my mom, I’ve found […]
Artists, journalists, researchers, and caretakers tackle the issue of caring for our aging parents in their work. Here are just a handful of links to some of that reading and watching. This list is regularly updated as a part of the Caring for Our Aging Parents anthology project. Research, Data & In the News “Caring […]