Tim Elhajj is the author of DOPEFIEND: A Father’s Journey from Addiction to Redemption from Central Recovery Press. Tim’s nonfiction essays and stories have appeared in The New York Times, Brevity, Guernica, Sweet, The Yalobusha Review, Together, and Relief. You can find a list of published work here. Dopefiend is Tim’s first book.
Tim edits Junk, a literary fix, with his wife, Holly Huckeba. Junk features literary memoir about addiction, obsession, and unrequited needs, both real and imagined.
Tim lives near Phantom Lake in the Pacific northwest with Holly, two middle school kids,
a dog,* and some chickens. Prior to moving west, Tim lived in New York City where he earned a BA from Hunter College. Tim shares his name with his oldest son.
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