Fiction | January 24, 2019

This was during one of the fat periods of her life when she went on months-long gluttonous rampages where her reckless appetite haunted her every waking minute, as she later confessed in interviews. She was also between husbands. She was unmarried and unhinged. A  strange and unnatural state, she said. Like half of her was missing.

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