When the Skull Is a Bell: Interview with Poet Michael Lee

One of the oldtimers in my homegroup used to say, “I don’t always miss the drink or the drug but I do miss the chaos,” and I’ve always identified with that and tried to capture it tonally in poems.


5 Ways to Process the Death of a Friend in 12-Step Recovery

Dealing with the death of a close friend in sobriety can be tough. But if you follow some simple guidelines and take it slow, you can transform a painful trial into a caring tribute that honors their memory.