Look at my categories and you’ll see a new one titled “Man has premonition of own death.” That’s the working title for a series of linked essays, subtitled “Musings on Mortality.” I’m hoping it all turns into a book.
P.S. “Man has premonition of own death” was also the headline that appeared on a story that appeared in the 1920s in the daily Yonkers Herald Statesman and told the story of the accidental death of a young carpet-mill worker named Thomas Crooks, who “fell” into a vat of acid. Thomas was my great-uncle. Stay tuned.