The Mess I'm In by Jonathan Ames

Jonathan Ames writes in NYT about his cluttered apartment:…“some kind of above-sea-level reef where things attach and occasionally break off, but mostly they attach, accrue, accumulate, affix, amass and asphyxiate. And in such a reef, things can easily go missing…”

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