“It’s no wonder that maggots grow in fresh meat, that an electric bill is overdue as soon as you open it, that the first time you try something you’re already addicted.”
Read more of what we’re loving this week, including Michael W. Clune’s White Out: The Secret Life of Heroin, Samuel Delany’s Bread and Wine, and David Searcy in Granta.

“It’s no wonder that maggots grow in fresh meat, that an electric bill is overdue as soon as you open it, that the first time you try something you’re already addicted.”

Read more of what we’re loving this week, including Michael W. Clune’s White Out: The Secret Life of HeroinSamuel Delany’s Bread and Wine, and David Searcy in Granta.

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