Casey Mulligan Walsh is a writer and former speech-language pathologist who lives with her husband, Kevin, in West Sand Lake, New York. She enjoys combining her love of language and years of grist for the memoir mill to write about life at the intersection of grief and joy, embracing the in-between, and the quest for belonging, among other topics. Her work has appeared in HuffPost, Barren Magazine, Brevity Nonfiction Blog, The Under Review, Modern Loss, Fresh.Ink, Adoptive Families Magazine, The Good Men Project, and Circulation: Genomic and Precision Medicine, among other outlets. Her essays also appear at TheFHFoundation.org, an organization dedicated to the genetic cardiac disorder that affects her family. She is currently querying a memoir, The Full Catastrophe.
In Season 1: Episode 2, Casey reads her essay A How-To for Desperate Times first published in Barren Magazine
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