Meredith   Miller

“Thinking back, I can almost feel the air in the commons that day, the things eddying around us. We were breathing in violence and desperation and other people’s hallucinations, but it was all invisible to us then. Like the fluoride in the water or the radiation from Brookhaven, the DDT and the valium and the Strontium 90. All the heavy atoms and alkaloid molecules that shape us and then break us apart.”


Meredith Miller, How We Learned to Lie
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How We Learned to Lie How We Learned to Lie by Meredith Miller
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