Two on Women and Drinking

On the Rocks: Straight Talk about Women and Drinking, by Susan D. Stewart American women are swimming in a sea of alcohol, and we are letting them drown. When I read this book a couple years ago, what I'd really been looking for in it was a book specifically about why alcohol has been so... Continue Reading →

The Data on Drinking

Drink?: The New Science of Alcohol and Health, by David Nutt David Nutt is an English neuropsychopharmacologist, meaning he studies drugs that affect the brain. Of which alcohol is a big, bad one. He was fired, or asked to resign, from his position as a government drug advisor for saying on primetime radio "that alcohol... Continue Reading →

Life at the Bottom of the Glass

Book review: Pour Me a Life, by A.A. Gill (Amazon / Book Depository) Surprised by how much I liked this! I picked it initially because earlier this year I read and loved Sarah Hepola's excellent memoir Blackout: Remembering the Things I Drank to Forget, about drinking too much for too long, so I was open to... Continue Reading →

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