Requiem for Ink
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Requiem for Ink

Love & Coronavirus for Christmas

The pandemic squashed a lot of festivities. But there’s more to Christmas than that.

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The big celebrations started to unravel before we’d even finished breakfast on Christmas Eve. A nephew’s roommate tested positive for COVID. A brother-in-law woke up sick. A step-sister came down with a fever.

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Sheldon Clay

Sheldon Clay

Writer. Observer of mass culture, communications and creativity.

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