In my city, we so frequently discount middle America, the south, the rural. I love stories like this. This man has led a more intersting life than anyone I know here and does something that is more exciting to me than everyone I’ve met in New York City.
Betwixt these two covers we fumble with issues of gender like unsure 8th graders cautiously groping each other in the sparkle of a disco ball as a slow jam plays at the school dance. Ben Shewry talks about being a dad. Alice Waters talks about being a chef. Bourdain drops some lovely fiction. A lady named Poochie uses a lot of strong language. Sequential hermaphroditism is discussed.
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