(With a nod to A.D. Jameson for his tireless film work.)
There’s no more to be had. I extended the best-by date, personally. In October a store refused to sell their remaining seven bottles when they found out the product had expired in August. Life in a desert begins.
(See also: http://bigother.com/2012/07/23/the-fatal-sip/)
Jeff Bursey is a literary critic and author of the picaresque novel Mirrors on which dust has fallen and the political satire Verbatim: A Novel, both of which take place in the same fictional Canadian province. His newest book, Centring the Margins: Essays and Reviews, is a collection of literary criticism that appeared in American Book Review, Books in Canada, The Review of Contemporary Fiction, The Quarterly Conversation, and The Winnipeg Review, among other places. He’s a Contributing Editor at The Winnipeg Review, an Associate Editor at Lee Thompson’s Galleon, and a Special Correspondent for Numéro Cinq. He makes his home on Prince Edward Island in Canada’s Far East.