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This issue of Litro Magazine explores Addiction – addiction and addicts and the hope or possibility of recovery.
Retreating into the madness..
Writing after her kids went to bed and while she was supposed to be working, Janelle attracted an audience of hundreds of thousands of readers.
Excerpts from a memoir
Most alcoholics can say “been there, done that” on far too many of these scenarios, so in recovery there’s as much laughter as tears at our common stories…
What do you do when you’re caught in a loop?
A liberating evening sets the girls free as the boundaries begin to blur…
Focusing particularly on the words of Paul McCartney and John Lennnon, Frank Meola’s essay “Reading Words, Hearing Music” is about song lyrics and poetry and the difference between the two.
“The Crossing”, Rajeev Chakrabarti takes us through the journey of a Syrian refugee’s desperate flight from war, seeking a new home.
Nigerian writer Innocent Ilo’s “When You (Don’t) Want to Die” begins as a story about a little girl longing for death, but becomes something more magical
A man plays a creepier, lonelier private game on the London Underground.
Juno Baker’s “The Rules of the Game”, set in the 1980s, teenage schoolgirls vie for an appearance on a TV gameshow that one of them dreams might change her life