Recently uploaded a video of my talk on Monday night at the Holyoke Public Library to YouTube. Here’s the description:
Gail Rubin, author of A Good Goodbye: Funeral Planning for Those Who Don’t Plan to Die, speaks at the Holyoke Public Library. She talks about the three people in the book’s dedication (Norman Bleicher, Arthur Cohen and Wesley Vincent), Day of the Dead celebrations, her 30 Funerals in 30 Days project, including the spectacular biker funeral, and the origins of Star Trek‘s “Live Long and Prosper” hand sign. The talk was sponsored by the Friends of the Holyoke Library.
A Good Goodbye is available in print and ebook format at Amazon.com (direct short link: http://amzn.to/Sn0vRe), BarnesandNoble.com, and signed by the author through https://agoodgoodbye.com/a-good-good-bye/