Why I Argued With a Funeral Director Over an Oxford Comma (Converge)

Today, Converge Magazine published my first piece for them, Why I Argued with a Funeral Director Over an Oxford Comma.  It’s a  personally poignant reflection on how, losing my father when I was 26, a simple punctuation mark in his obituary came to represent an important transition for me from child to adult.  This piece means a lot to me, and I hope you will read it!

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