Red Marillion - Wayne Kyle Spitzer - ebook

"You're gonna smoke it with me, aren't you, Vic?" he asked, following me.I stopped in the living room and kicked off my hiking boots."Huh, Vic? How about it?" He walked around me and plopped himself down on the couch, which was even greasier than the carpet, if that was possible. "It'll be just like old times."A towering, purple bong sat at his feet, ready to go. I sat down in the easy chair across from him, rubbing my temples.It's coming."Sure," I said, finally. "Just like old times."

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Wayne Kyle Spitzer

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Red Marillion

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"You need to start eating better, Vic-O. You gobble too much candy and soda-pop and stuff. You are what you eat, did you know that? That's what Red MariIlion teaches you. Heh. You are what you eat. Or what you take. Or what you do."

— Harry Carter, to his son, Vic

"Insanity is often the logic of an accurate mind overtaxed."

— Oliver Wendell Holmes



That's what my old man had named the stuff. I found it listed under “R” in his little black book, just as I'd figured. I’d been sitting there on the basement floor—in what was now a very empty house—going through some of his things, when I came across the tome my mom used to call Harry's Cookbook. It'd been neatly tucked away between the middle pages of my folks' wedding album, which had been at the bottom of an ancient, dusty box I 'd found beneath the staircase.

My dad had always been a weekend woodsman. Kind of an odd guy. He'd pack up his camping gear and spend every other weekend alone in the mountains. His knowledge of various plants and herbs and the like was phenomenal, and he wrote down everything he knew, including new finds, in his black book. He had an herb or a moss or a fungus for everything,