Nora Zelevansky, COMPETITIVE GRIEVING: A Novel
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Zibby is joined by Nora Zelevansky to talk about her latest novel, Competitive Grieving. The two discuss how the death of a friend often also means the loss of a shared history, why moms often feel the need to conceal their grief from their children, and what they each have planned for their own funerals. Read Nora's essay on Moms Don't Have Time to Write.

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