Friendgrief.com is a website devoted to the exploration of grief, the grieving process, and the healing we hope takes place after losing a loved one. Author and website founder, Victoria Noe, asked Damon to write a guest blog which (he is honored to say) will appear this 9/11/11 as part of Victoria’s excellent series of blog coverage for the 10th anniversary of September 11th.
Victoria’s blog schedule includes:
9/7 â€“ Preserving Stories
9/8 â€“ Tourism and Souvenirs, 9/11-style
9/9 â€“ The Guys
9/10 â€“ 110 Stories
9/11 â€“ Guest post by Damon DiMarco, author of Tower Stories: An Oral History of 9/11
9/12 â€“ Ground Zero, 10 Years Later
9/13 â€“ The Buddhists and the Brits: how other cultures and faiths commemorate 9/11
9/14 â€“ The New 9/11 Memorial
If you have a moment, and feel so moved, check out Friendgrief.com.
“Tower Stories” was recently mentioned in The New York Times on Friday, August 26, 2011 (“Stories of 9/11 and its Aftermath” by Sam Roberts) as one of eleven books which the Times called “heart-breaking reminiscences by New Yorkers who survived the attack and then endured a decade of denial, doubt, and rebuilding.”
A video about the book recently debuted on Odyssey Networks’ “Call on Faith” smart phone app for iPhone, Blacberry, and Android. Odyssey Networks is the nation’s largest multi-faith coalition dedicated to promoting tolerance, peace, and social justice through the production and distribution of media. Odyssey’s membership includes over 60 faith groups and organizations. Their “Call on Faith” app features over 120 videos representing faiths from around the world and across all cultures.
You can follow Odyssey Networks at:
And here is the video:
Order your copy of “Tower Stories: An Oral History of 9/11” here: