When I was young, we had about a two month period in my family where we went from having eggs for breakfast all the time to not having any eggs at all and then back to having eggs again, and the reason was because the “experts” had determined that eggs were, alternately, good, bad, and good for us. I remember my young spirit sighing audibly as I decided never again to listen to “experts.”
Geoff Bouvier’s second book, Glass Harmonica, is due out this fall from Quale Press.
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