By: Dwight Garner   |   Esquire   |   June 2022
On most days, I’m glad I quit smoking. But something is gone from my life and, more essentially, from the culture—something we’re unlikely to get back.

By: Tom Chiarella   |   Esquire   |   Jan 1999
I love it, lean on it, count on it. I miss it when it’s gone, and I fight it when it’s around. I try to remember a time before the arrival of Vicodin. I think and think and think.