Tag Archives: Kate Erickson

Magic Answers [Rites of Passage]

Posted by Christian DeBenedetti in Books + Media, Close Calls, Drive Like Hell, European Delights | Tagged , , | 1 Comment

A spooky, beautiful essay from past contributor Kate Erickson on the power of travel, happenstance horror, accidental reveries, and becoming a New Yorker. I hated the dogs— two wobbly, stubborn labs I had not expected to be walking every weekend … Continue reading


Holy Bear [Human Sacrifice]

Posted by Christian DeBenedetti in Human Sacrifice, Uncategorized, When Animals Attack | Tagged , , , , | 6 Comments

To hear most family members tell it, the annual camping expedition of 1997 was a total disaster. First off, we took our local Catholic priest with us. He stole bread and wine—body and blood to most people we knew—from the … Continue reading