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Posts Tagged: addiction

Voices on Addiction: Thief in the Night

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Addiction steals your integrity. Your freedom, too.

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Asking the Right Questions: Yaa Gyasi’s Transcendent Kingdom

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Transcendent Kingdom becomes an experiment in itself.

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Reality Is Changeable: Talking with Rachel Genn

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Rachel Genn discusses her new novel, WHAT YOU COULD HAVE WON.

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Swinging Modern Sounds: Observations on the Occasion of a 100th Column

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The clash of opinions about music is music itself.

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Documenting Existence: Deed by Justin Wymer

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Wymer is grappling with survival, with the cost of the duplicity of identity.

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Voices on Addiction: There Were Also Girls, Women

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I always thought I was too smart to be one of those girls.

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No Story Ever Really Ends: Talking with Amy Long

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Amy Long discusses her debut book, CODEPENDENCE.

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Voices on Addiction: A Conversation with Erica C. Barnett

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Erica C. Barnett discusses her debut memoir, QUITTER.

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The Rumpus Book Club Chat with Alysia Li Ying Sawchyn

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Alysia Li Ying Sawchyn discusses her debut essay collection, A FISH GROWING LUNGS.

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Voices on Addiction: Call Us Beautiful

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I’m saying people can be imperfect and still be remembered as beautiful.

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Voices on Addiction: A Body Full of Ghosts

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I’ve known since I was a child that the world is ending. I felt it in my bones.

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The Rumpus Mini-Interview Project #213: Elizabeth Kadetsky

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“I like to engage with and argue with the research; this makes the work dynamic.”

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Voices on Addiction: A Conversation with Erin Khar

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Erin Khar discusses her debut memoir, STRUNG OUT.

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What Toulouse-Lautrec Taught Me about Intimacy

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I wanted to stop withholding from them, but withholding was like a drug.

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Father Time Is Undefeated

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It’s a strange thing, seeing a reliable machine fail. Seeing a hero crash to earth.

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The Rumpus Mini-Interview Project #208: Stephen Van Dyck

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“This reality is so much dustier, smellier, and bitterer than it seems through a screen.”

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Voices on Addiction: The Opposite of Hallelujah

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When I imagine his days, the loneliness of it all makes my chest tighten.

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Off the Grid: Talking with Jamie Beth Cohen

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Jamie Beth Cohen discusses her debut novel, WASTED PRETTY.

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Bounty

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The pleasure comes from the bounty itself, the viewing of it, knowing that she doesn’t have to eat it but that she could.

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