Write a personal illness narrative, (an illness you may have had, one that someone you love may have endured, someone you may have lost to an illness; it may be COVID-19 related but need not be.

For the last two years you have lived through a pandemic. A great deal has changed for many of you. You have heard stories, lived through some intensely anxiety-inducing situations. Some dreams may have been shattered; some resolutions may have been fortified. Imagine if all 23 of us were to take refuge from this hecatomb, in some remote place, and if we chose to tell each other stories for a day and create our own Decameron, a repository of our stories in this time of plague.
Write a personal illness narrative, (an illness you may have had, one that someone you love may have endured, someone you may have lost to an illness; it may be COVID-19 related but need not be. But it must concern your life and the place that illness, the fear of illness, death or the presence of death, has taken in your life during the two years.