Join us for our annual We Remember episode where we have invited our listeners to share the names and stories of the people they have loved and who have died from MBC over these past 12 months. In addition, Senior Producer and Co-host, Lisa Laudico, interviews Dr. Andrew Silver, widower of the poet Anya Krugovy Silver, who died of MBC in 2018. Andrew speaks to us about her posthumous publication of her last book of poetry, St. Agnostica and we have our friend Abigail Johnston do a selected reading for us. We also hear from Lauren Hocum, the daughter of our beloved co-host Chawnte Randall who died last November. Lisa is joined with Senior co-host, Natalia Green, as we lift up this prayer of sorts to all of you. – we remember, we bear witness to what a single name represents – the joys, the trials, the mundane, the magnificent. Our lives are these messy complex things. And we often don’t get to finish what we want to. No one ever does. But we carry these people in our hearts even as we put out the garbage, make that dinner, finish up that laundry. We keep on living even as we learn to live with the ongoing grief of our own lives and the lives of the friends and loved ones who have died from MBC. This is a disease without a cure and so we at this podcast keep on trucking to advocate and lift up the voices that need to be heard so that not one of these beautiful souls are forgotten. Ever.
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