Genius and Heroin
Michael Largo talked about his book, Genius and Heroin: The Illustrated Catalogue of Creativity, Obsession, and Reckless Abandon Through the Ages (Harper Paperbacks; October 7, 2008). In the book he lists artists and other creative people throughout history who use drugs, alcohol, and self-destructive habits in producing their works. He was interviewed by the BookTV Bus crew at Eagle Eye Books in Atlanta, Georgia. close
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