I’ve apparently forgotten about this: Incarnations of Burned Children is a David Foster Wallace short story that Esquire magazine published not too long ago (it was originally from Oblivion). The story itself is one paragraph long (!!), but it’s horrifying: I still have an image from the end burned into my mind’s eye. Treat this one with caution.
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