Linda J. Albertano

Linda J. Albertano

VIRTUE by Linda J. Albertano Photographed by Alexis Rhone Fancher Virtue rides into town on a convertible Clydesdale. She’s wrapped in blue-and-white stars and is eating an apple concoction. Ah, Virtue! They want you. Your symbols are so succulent! They want to use you for purposes of personal adornment. They want to pin you, wholesome and lovely, to their lapels. Virtue drinks nothing but water from glaciers and the sap of lacebark pine. Ah, Virtue. You’re deep in danger. Of becoming a dull boy. Everyone knows the most fascinating females are hookers with hearts of gold. They smoke their cheroots and sing in their whiskey READ MORE