This just proves my theory that no one should have kids.
Lemony Snicket, Horseradish: Bitter Truths You Can’t Avoid
A Letter From William Burroughs To Truman Capote, read by RM.
In 1966, a few months after first being serialised in The New Yorker, Truman Capote’s genre-defining non-fiction novel, In Cold Blood — the true story of a quadruple murder in 1959 that Capote investigated, and the subsequent trial he attended — was published to much acclaim. The praise wasn’t universal, however. The great William Burroughs wrote the following fascinating and damning letter to Capote in 1970.
Give it a listen.