Dogville in Hamsterdam

While both unexpected and accidental, my lapse into the Bohemian lifestyle proved slightly less difficult than slipping into a hot tub. As with the onset of post-adolescent schizophrenia, the perfect storm of conditions required for one to make the leap is best observed in retrospect.

As a sneak preview to Issue 5, here is Alexander Jorgensen’s Bohemian memoir, Dogville in Hamsterdam

The artwork in the piece is by Jason Botkin.


Robert Wringham is a humorist and the editor-in-chief of New Escapologist.

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