"I took X. I took X! We were out on the town, and it was wild," so said an Australian acquaintance of mine after returning from a night on the town with her husband for an entertainment industry premiere. She spoke in hushed, giddy laughter, somehow as perfectly solemn as it was light. She had [...]
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR(S)
I write, I listen, I research, I tell stories. Mostly just listen. I don't think we listen without judgment enough. I explore marginalized things we like to ignore.
Addiction and mental illness is The White Noise behind many lives -- simply what Is.
Peripherals: I write on culture, poverty, addiction and mental illness in New York City, recovering from stints as a chemist and interactive TV producer. During the day, I teach science in South Bronx public school.