1. Winter’s Bone’s writer Daniel Woodrell, on the ways meth has changed his community in the Ozarks: “Well, it’s been a pretty widespread issue around here for the last 15 or  20 years, I suppose. And from my own house, I could throw a rock and  hit a meth cook right now. And it’s just pretty ingrained, and it’s a  way to make some quick, easy money. You don’t really have to be a master  scientist to cook it or anything, and you can turn a quick profit. And  it’s just, for whatever reason, it really took hold here perhaps earlier  and more strongly than it did in many other parts of the country.” View in High-Res

    Winter’s Bone’s writer Daniel Woodrell, on the ways meth has changed his community in the Ozarks: “Well, it’s been a pretty widespread issue around here for the last 15 or 20 years, I suppose. And from my own house, I could throw a rock and hit a meth cook right now. And it’s just pretty ingrained, and it’s a way to make some quick, easy money. You don’t really have to be a master scientist to cook it or anything, and you can turn a quick profit. And it’s just, for whatever reason, it really took hold here perhaps earlier and more strongly than it did in many other parts of the country.”

  2. jennifer lawrence

    winter's bone

    debra granik

    daniel woodrell