On the phone, at a gas station, in our dreams
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Charles Derry lives in Ohio, but his heart is in the California desert. He is working on a book-length memoir and a novel about Sicilian immigrants in Cleveland during World War II.
How long will it be, after you die, before the last living person who knew you also dies? And when there is no one left living who remembers you, what will your life mean then, after all of the noise?