Voices on Addiction: Whatever Fatal Thing

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In loving memory of Doak Morrow (October 3, 1956 – November 23, 2022), the human-est of humans. D— was dreamy in the precise manner of Neil Young circa 1974. Long, dark hair; green eyes; great butt; nice smile. He was sweet, funny, just tall enough. Wore a felt hat with a hatband he’d beaded himself, […]

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Threats of Violence: Discussing Pain, Form, and Cinema du Corps with Author Stephanie LaCava

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There is a hyper self-awareness in all my work that acknowledges—teases itself, maybe—what it is addressing and from what entry point. I once modeled in a campaign for socks I designed for a skate label and on the box there was a small excerpt from one of my books.

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We Are More: I Can’t Tell

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It’s February 1991, and I can’t tell you where the Middle East is on a map, or why it’s called the Middle East. But my family eats Syrian bread with every meal (I can’t tell you the difference between Syrian bread and pita, but I know they’re not the same).

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