Sherman Alexie reads “The Lesson” by Jessamyn West for The New Yorker Fiction Podcast.
You’re welcome, Sunday morning.
In a Sherman Alexie kinda mood.
 Don’t Google search yourself.
 When you’ve finished Google searching yourself, don’t do it again.
Christopher Columbus, you are the most
successful real estate agent who ever lived, sold acres and
acres of myth, a house built on stilts
above the river salmon travel by genetic memory.
“He loved her, of course, but better than that, he chose her, day after day. Choice: that was the thing.”
People choose the wrong things, again and again, like animals in traps.