Lost in Space: A Father’s Journey There and Back Again

by Ben Tanzer, Steven Lafler

Lost in Space is a sometimes funny, sometimes sad, but always lively essay collection about fathers and sons, and their relationship to not only one another, but pop culture, death, and sex—because sex sells, even if you’re otherwise focused on parenting and the generation spanning cultural impact of Star Wars.The essays in Lost in Space are focused on an array of child-rearing topics including sleep, discipline, first haircuts, deceased parents/grandparents and illness, and the inherent challenges and humor that coincide with, and are intrinsically tied-into, these stages oflife.

  • Paperback
  • Pages: 200 pages
  • Average Rating: 4.3 out of 5
  • Published March 18th 2014 by Curbside Splendor Publishing
  • ISBN: 0988480468 (ISBN13: 9780988480469)

Lost in Space is a sometimes funny, sometimes sad, but always lively essay collection about fathers and sons, and their relationship to not only one another, but pop culture, death, and sex—because sex sells, even if you’re otherwise focused on parenting and the generation spanning cultural impact of Star Wars.The essays in Lost in Space are focused on an array of child-rearing topics including sleep, discipline, first haircuts, deceased parents/grandparents and illness, and the inherent challenges and humor that coincide with, and are intrinsically tied-into, these stages of life. The essays also recognize the ongoing presence of the author’s dead father in his life even as he seeks to parent without his father’s guidance or advice.