How do writers approach grief and loss? It is a question that interests me on both a personal and academic level. In Writing History, Writing Trauma, Dominick LaCapra writes that it is very much a "process of acting out, working over, and to some extent working through analyzing and 'giving voice' to the past" (186). Thank you to Talking Writing for featuring an essay of mine titled "Something Like Sand" in which I work through my own experiences with grief. You can read it here.