As the van pulled away, I stood on the porch of my Nebraska home and wondered what life would be like now that I was fatherless. After three years of watching him suffer through chemo, radiation and surgery, I came home to see a hospice van sitting in my driveway, and knew it was over. I was just 19 when cancer took my dad. But the premature loss wasn't exclusively mine. Only 58-years-old when he passed, my dad should have had plenty of … [Read more...]
Author of the travel memoir, Life's More Fun When You Talk to Strangers, Mikah Meyer is a writer constantly in search of interpersonal adventure. His works have been published by the Washington Blade, GLAAD, and in diverse sections of the Huffington Post (Travel, Religion, Gay Voices, Politics, Sports, Black Voices, Good News, Healthy Living).
A musician by training, Mikah is also a professional countertenor singer, based in Washington DC. He has been featured by FOX Television, USA Today, Virgin Radio, and Classical Singer Magazine. He is currently singing with the Washington National Cathedral Choirs and writing the libretto for a disco-based musical, Elijah. When not singing or writing, Mikah can be found leading the LGBT/Christian organization Queer For Christ or planning his next year-long travel adventure.