Echols: A song for a city swimming in pain and anxiety

In a week of much death and sadness, a reminder that “things will not always be this way”

By , Guest Columnist Updated: January 22, 2023 4:00 AM CT | Published: January 22, 2023 4:00 AM CT
Candace Echols
Guest Columnist

Candace Echols

Candace Echols is a Midtown resident, wife, and mother of five. A regular contributor to The Daily Memphian, she is a freelance writer who also recently published her first book, the children’s book “Josephine and the Quarantine.” 

“Memphis, I cannot write in this space what I wish I could, which is a song that cries for you and with you and through you. But instead, I offer something better.”


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