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News, Chem Tales Addicts Are Made, Not Born: And It's Not the Drugs That Create Them

Addicts Are Made, Not Born: And It's Not the Drugs That Create Them

The War on Drugs is working. There are fewer and fewer drug addicts every year — just 4 million "chronic" cocaine and methamphetamine users in the entire country, according to a RAND Corporationestimate published last month — but those who…
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Calendar, Night&Day Barbara Rose Brooker

Barbara Rose Brooker

Even with Nikki Sixx's Heroin Diaries, Stephen Elliott's Adderall Diaries, and my own forthcoming Flintstones Vitamins Diaries (just you wait) on the scene, the topsy-turvy pharmacological reminiscence subgenre of literature still has room for Barbara Rose Brooker's Viagra Diaries (Llumina…
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Calendar, Night&Day My Author Lives in the City and Reads to Me

My Author Lives in the City and Reads to Me

Stephen Elliott, the man capable of such simply stated poetry as put forth in novels Happy Baby and A Life Without Consequences, turns his often obscenely literate (in a tie-up-your-balls way --— see My Girlfriend Comes to the City and…
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