Part 1 of 4, Memory of Murder

She was a surrogate mother to me. Through her eyes I began to grieve a Filipino man executed in 1958.

Anne (née Lansburgh) Hoffman in Golden Gate Park

An Old Crime

I have been obsessed recently with the story of a double murder that took place nearly fifty years ago at Stinson Beach, Anne Hoffman wrote in her spiral-bound notebook. The victims, she wrote, were

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Camille Cusumano

Camille Cusumano

Author(ity) in/on San Francisco. Novel, essay, memoir. Teaches tango. Travel, outdoors, culture. Former editor at VIA Mag.

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