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Good Grief with Cheryl Jones

Good Grief with Cheryl Jones

Wednesday at 2 PM Pacific

June 8th 2022: This Party's Dead

After her fiancee's father died, Erica Buist became terrified of death itself. Afraid to venture outside and anxious about the other people she loved dying too, her life narrowed to an alarming degree. She resolved that once she was able to go out of the house, she would explore the ways people around the world helped themselves through loss and grief. How did they handle it? In trips around the globe, she faced her own fears and learned a little about death along the way.

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Erica Buist

Erica Buist is a writer, journalist and lecturer based in London, England. She writes features for outlets such as the Guardian, BBC and Newsweek, and also teaches journalism with Guardian Masterclasses, Goldsmiths University and Oxbridge Academic Programs. She is the author of the book This Party's Dead in which she travels to seven death festivals all over the world, and also writes plays as part of Stockroom Theatre Company's writers room. She can be found on Twitter @ericabuist and Instagram @thispartysdead.
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