Against Death: 35 Essays on Living brings us close to what we fear most

Against Death: 35 Essays on Living brings us close to what we fear most

Throughout Elee Kraljii Garinder’s anthology, curated authors give unapologetic details of what it means to be near death—whether coming back from the other side, or in the throes of mourning and grief. 

“To be against something can be to reject or refute it,” says Garinder. “But to be against death can also mean to be in contact with, pressed up next to, to be intimately proximate with mortality.” 

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