“I was hungover for many years and I just thought I was tired.”—Kristi on the self-delusions of the active alcoholic.
Kristi is an essayist and fiction writer whose work has appeared in The Mississippi Review, Salon's Virgin Fiction anthology, AddictionUnscripted.com (formerly TheRealEdition.com), and elsewhere. She's currently at work on a collection of personal essays about living sober in a tipsy world, and on a novel about all kinds of things.
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