by Ashley Sandeman
I’m haunted by the faces of beautiful alcoholics. Within the ruins of their lives I see the shambles of my own life and yet without one another we’d be nothing. Their money helps me survive. The drinks I serve help them survive. The situation is killing us both, but we endure. What else is there to do?
Ashley Sandeman is a writer, photographer and artist from South Wales, UK, whose work has been published by 3:AM, Perameter, Parasitic, and others. For more information, visit her here, or follow her on Twitter.