Why Steven Seagal Doesn’t Have Shit On My Dad

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About Travis Gasper

Travis Gasper's fiction has recently appeared in SWAMP, Blackmail Press, and an anthology titled Lost in Translation published by Random House.

Comments

  1. “…or watch the things you gave your life to, broken, and stoop and build them up with worn out tools”

    Bravo…

  2. Wow! Beautiful post. I’m in awe of all your dad had to overcome to raise strong, confident young men after so much tragedy. Thanks for sharing this.

  3. This is one for my own archives. I’ve got so much to say about this article, but I don’t know from which angle to even start.

    Right now however, I feel pain and sorrow.

    This could not have been easy to write.

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