FatherLoss, a book by Open to Hope Executive Editor Neil Chethik, is being made into a PBS Special for national distribution this Father’s Day.
Neil will be the featured expert in the documentary about how men deal with the deaths of their dads. Pulitzer Prize winning cartoonist Joel Pett will also be featured, telling the story of his father’s life and death.
The Special is being produced by Kentucky Educational Television (KET), the public TV network in Kentucky. It will be made available to all PBS stations around the country.
FatherLoss, which was published by Hyperion Books in 2001, has been one of the best-selling grief books of the past decade. Neil has spoken at conferences across the country on the topics of fathers and sons, men and grief. To learn more about Neil and his work, go to www.NeilChethik.com.