Erin Khar

Erin Khar lives, loves, and writes in New York City and sometimes other cities too. She was the recipient of a 2012 Eric Hoffer Editor's Choice Prize for her story, "Last House at the End of the Street," which was published in the Best New Writing 2012 anthology. Her work has appeared many places, including Sliver of Stone, Mr. Beller's Neighborhood, The Manifest-Station, The Good Men Project, Scary Mommy, Your Tango, Mind Body Green, The Fix, and as a regular contributor to Ravishly. She is currently working on her first book, a memoir.

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The Truth About My Secret Heroin Addiction
A long road of new low after new low.
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After Having Four Miscarriages, This Is What I've Learned About Grieving
Namely, don't let anyone else tell you when and how you should do it.
What I Want to Tell My Son About My Drug Addiction
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What I Want to Tell My Son About My Heroin Addiction
I was just one year older than my son when I tried heroin for the first time.
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I Used to Do Anything — Even Heroin — to Avoid Being Called 'Crazy'
'Somehow, being called a junkie was less shameful than having a mental health issue.'
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