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Eleanor Glaze

Eleanor Glaze rescues animals and loves to go dancing. The author of numerous short stories, three novels, and four stage plays, she lives in Memphis, Tennessee.

— From February 1991
Essays, Memoirs, & True Stories

Trying To Quit

Show me someone more ridiculous than a jogger smoking. I can do five miles on the track, but only with cigarettes. Show me someone more dexterous and adroit than a swimmer on her back, floating, sucking on a cigarette like a submarine. If I am conscious, I am smoking.

February 1991
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