"There's no reason to wait until you're in a public park with your pants around your ankles to be like, Wait! I should quit drinking!"
—Sacha on SRN
Sacha Zimmerman Scoblic is a writer and editor. She is the author of Unwasted: My Lush Sobriety, which is based on her popular essays for The New York Times‘s “Proof: Alcohol and American Life.”
Currently, Sacha is an MFA candidate at NYU’s low-residency program in Paris, where she is writing a novel. She spends her days at the Watergate as the proud copy-chief for National Journal. Sacha is a former Rosalynn Carter fellow for mental health journalism through the Carter Center in Atlanta. Previously, Sacha worked at The New Republic for 13 years and even spent a few years at Reader’s Digest. She has written about everything from space camp to pulp fiction. Sacha lives with her son, Theo, and terrier, SciFi, in Washington, DC.
Sacha/Unwasted on the Web:
Unwasted: My Lush Sobriety / http://sachazscoblic.com/unwasted/
@sachaZscoblic on Twitter / https://twitter.com/sachaZscoblic
The Boys return after another brief hiatus and nothing has changed and everything has changed.
Not the recovery podcast you need, but the recovery podcast you deserve.
Is this the one where we jumped the shark?
In memory of Aaron Lee Perry, the Wasted Poet, and Sobr Soldier.
His Spoken Joint videos:
Don't make us pull this podcast over and come back there!
Your favorite hour of non-stop banal recovery platitudes!