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  • The band Hello Emerson was founded in Columbus, Ohio by Sam Emerson Bodary in 2015. The band has won attention with erudite chamber-folk compositions that unwind with vivid imagery and responsive empathetic sentiment.On March 29 of this year, the group released their third record, “To Keep Him Here” on indie label Anyway Records. The thematic collection of songs serves as a conduit - channeling the thoughts, questions, ideas, and most of all - emotions surrounding a specific event in Sam Bodary’s life.
  • Anna Quindlen puts her trademark wisdom on family, friendship, and the ties that bind us at the center her new novel, “After Annie.” When Annie Brown dies suddenly, her husband, her children, and her closest friend are left to find a way forward without the woman who has been the lynchpin of all of their lives.
  • “E(n)ternal Lighf: The Eternal Ecosystem Exposed” is an exhibition of original paintings by Ntangou Badila that is currently on display in the entryway galleries at Hudson Hall in Hudson, New York through April 14.The work in the collection explores the human ecosystem and the interconnectedness between nature, grief, healing, and wellness through visual art, movement, traditional healing practices, and musical performance.
  • Sloane Crosley's search for truth is frank, darkly funny, and gilded with resounding empathy. Upending the "grief memoir," "Grief Is for People" is a category-defying story of the struggle to hold on to the past without being consumed by it.
  • "Small in Real Life: Stories" by Kelly Sather invokes the myth and melancholy of Southern California glamor, of starry-eyed women and men striving for their own Hollywood shimmer and the seamy undersides and luxurious mystique of the Golden State.
  • Claudia Coenen is a certified grief counselor in private practice at The Karuna Project in Hudson, New York, she will discuss her book "Seasons of Grief: Creative Interventions to Support Bereaved People" at Oblong Books on January 30.
  • Vauhini Vara is a novelist and journalist who has covered technology for the Wall Street Journal and has written extensively on Artificial Intelligence.She was named a 2023 Pulitzer Prize finalist for her sci-fi/dystopian novel, "The Immortal King Rao." Born into a family of coconut farmers in India in the 1950s, King Rao, the novel’s protagonist, becomes the most accomplished tech CEO in the world and, eventually, the leader of a global, corporate-led government.Vara is also the author of a new book of short stories, "This Is Salvaged."
  • "The Book of Pet Love & Loss" is a collection of quotations—poignant thoughts and memories discovered in letters, journals, diaries, memoirs, and other original sources—from beloved cultural figures who understood this singular experience so deeply, they felt compelled to write about it.Sara Bader is an editor, writer, and researcher.
  • Alison Larkin will present a special preview version of her new solo show “Grief… a Comedy” on Saturday, August 26 at 4:30 p.m. at the New Marlborough Meeting House in New Marlborough in New Marlborough, Massachusetts.
  • Lorrie Moore is one of the most celebrated living writers in the United States. Her new novel, “I Am Homeless If This Is Not My Home,” is her first in 14 years and is an exploration of love and death, passion and grief where a man takes a road trip with the corpse of his dead ex-lover.