The hardest part about my having tuberculosis was trying to write about it in a quotidian way. Illness can be so inherently inscrutable. In my memoir, My Thousand Year Old Disease, where this leach moment is drawn, I have tried to think about TB within a variety of...
The Art of Barrett
Barrett Warner is the author of Why Is It So Hard to Kill You? (Somondoco Press), My Friend Ken Harvey (Publishing Genius) and Until I'm Blue in the Face (Tropos Press). Contrary by nature, he spends his time living in South Carolina and is one of the editors at Free State Review. Less about him can be found at barrettwarner.com