On reckoning with the fact of one’s death

A friend is sending me documents needed to make me the executor of his will. He does not expect to die from this pandemic but he has enough weaknesses in his body to be fairly sure he would not survive the virus if it gets to him. He is not as old as I am but he is not young either. He is clear-sighted enough to know what he must do now: stay at home. He is also clear-sighted enough...
Professor Kevin John Brophy

Professor Kevin John Brophy

Professor Kevin Brophy is Professor of Creative Writing in the school of Culture and Communication at the University of Melbourne. A widely published writer of stories, poems and articles, he co-founded and edited the vibrant literary magazine Going Down Swinging.

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