Soi Commitments

I remember it was the mid afternoon. I remember riding in a van with Chinaski. We didn't know each other well, and against the fog of a massive hangover, I looked at him and he seemed beside himself. He seemed off. He seemed out of place. We hadn’t done anything shameful. Our weekend was just … Continue reading Soi Commitments



Leky was a hustler when she first arrived. It was no secret that SHE was the case with everything. A symptom of something unholy. A symptom of a disease that inhabited her body at 18. A symptom of poor society. Whatever the case, your problems were her problems, and also, more importantly, her problems were … Continue reading Leky