I should make it clear that I have a lot of experience with ghosts. I have been seeing them since I was a child, when a small yellow gnome crawled up my leg and told me the year I would die.
Ben told us this story is one hundred percent true.
We sat in the recliners. I drank coffee. Sometimes I stuck my finger down my throat.
When Christopher arrived for his first assessment he was not like a normal eight-year-old boy.
As a child, Claire was a liar.
Candice took a lot of drugs, but most of them came with the approval of the DEA.
I suppose it was in Korea where I learned to be alone.
I tried molly for the first time in the bathroom of a bar in Brooklyn. It all went bad.
The third time we had sex, Paul said, “I want to make you pregnant.”
“Would things be different if I were 18?”
Isn’t it funny that a simple conversation would lead to manslaughter?
He is a reminder of an era when this music of basslines and breakbeats made itself felt.