VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Jack Henry & Dillinger

A Drug Story Fat Freddy tells me he is out of the game. Fentanyl, he says, fucked everything up. But you can still get high, still get by, just test your shit before the party begins. Small time motherfuckers don’t care and those motherfuckers are the ones that die. Hustling down to a different partContinue reading “VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Jack Henry & Dillinger”


The Story…. Ever since i became old enough to be ‘aware’ of my own mental health I knew I had problems.As I turned fifteen I began to realise I could control these problems with street drugs, the fact that they not only made me feel good but better than good ,a bonus.Heroin, the ultimate painContinue reading “VOICES FROM THE FIRE: Stephen Whitter”


Crack Vials  A song for the eighties  Users  use once  then useless,  Gutted,  open like a wound,  or junkies’ vein,  or treatment center doors  for rich boys with cash.  Visiting Harlem,  doing the stop and go  to cop and blow, then  drive near slo-mo  back to Jer-Z  at 55.  But users  don’t stay tourists long Continue reading “VOICES FROM THE FIRE: R.P. Verlaine”

VOICES FROM THE FIRE: The Mississippi Prison Writing Project

Instead of featuring a particular artist and/or writer, I’d like to draw attention to The Mississippi Prison Writing Project. The editor. Louis Bourgeois first reached out to Dumpster Fire Press about a month ago… “Hope all is well. Our organization wanted to bring to D.F.P.’s attention our recent publication, Mississippi Prison Writing from VOX PRESS We feel thisContinue reading “VOICES FROM THE FIRE: The Mississippi Prison Writing Project”