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“Mine” Field (Reflections on a Play)

“You need a win,” my fiancee Sarah observed. And, like on so many situations, she was right. Yet for a long time, it didn’t look like that would be probable. “Mine”, my play about the life of a woman following … Continue reading

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Little Hiroshimas

am at the end of my first week on Chantix, and find, apart from finding cigarettes mildly less enjoyable, not much has changed. Oh yes, one thing has changed – my body has turned into an insane asylum and the inmates in my brain have figured out the locks and are running around setting off small bombs all over my mental facilities like a bunch of suicide bombers.
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