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The Isolation of Millennial Life: Ancco’s Nineteen

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Nineteen is a book that’s by turns smart, sad, and scathing.

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Voices on Addiction: System Failure

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“Was it vodka?” Mama said. Her voice had cracks in it. Why ask? She knew.

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Voices On Addiction: A Conversation with James Brown and Patrick O’Neil

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James Brown and Patrick O’Neil discuss WRITING YOUR WAY TO RECOVERY.

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Poetry as Incantation: Talking with Andrea Actis

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Andrea Actis discusses her debut book, GREY ALL OVER.

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The Rumpus Book Club Chat with Elizabeth Gonzalez James

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Elizabeth Gonzalez James discusses her debut novel, MONA AT SEA.

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Child as Mother to the Woman: Catherine Gammon’s China Blue

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In this book we are taken by all three: language, plot, character.

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Voices on Addiction: Safety in a Blue Light

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Television babysat our family—our thirteen-channel set, reception via a rooftop antenna.

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Voices on Addiction: Searching for Lilacs

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It hadn’t felt like teasing. It felt the way it always did these days—that I had disappointed her.

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Voices on Addiction: Family Tree

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The toll I took on people I love can’t be measured. But I want to know.

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Rumpus Exclusive: “Dear G.B.”

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There are many ways to be ripped to shreds.

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Voices on Addiction: None of This Is Bullshit

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I was fine. No one and nothing could hurt me.

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A Chorus of Voices: Talking with Melissa Faliveno

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Melissa Faliveno discusses her debut essay collection, TOMBOYLAND.

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Divestment

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Secrecy stitched us a fraudulent reality. Denial masqueraded as hope.

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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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Body Inheritance

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I needed my beauty to be invisible, either accidental or not at all.

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My Kyiv

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It’s funny what ends up feeling like home.

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Voices on Addiction: Jokerman

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My family rarely throws the word addiction around. If we do, it is whispered.

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Breathing into the Paper Bag: Talking with Jenny Valentish

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Jenny Valentish discusses her memoir, WOMEN OF SUBSTANCES.

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