Notes from the Zombie Apocalypse: The Lost In-Betweener Mini- Generation. We Like the Boomers Who Failed Us Even Less than We Like Gen-X Who Didn’t Care. Give us the Millennials. At Least They’re Trying.

I was born in 1959, after the heart of the baby boom and before the people who never knew John F. Kennedy. Americans my age don’t have a generation, at least not one that the media recognizes. Now that I’m locked down here in Illinois from COVID-19, I’ve had time to think about this. The Boomers pushed us out and we…

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Lawyer. Artist. Little known fact about me: I have a football trophy for accidentally tackling someone holding the ball at the right time.

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Ellen Beth Gill

Ellen Beth Gill

Lawyer. Artist. Little known fact about me: I have a football trophy for accidentally tackling someone holding the ball at the right time.

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