The New York Times has called Neal Boulton "a publishing industry lightening rod;" Britain's The Independent,"One of publishing's most notorious magazine editors." The Huffington Post, "Maybe even genius." Boulton is best known for what the Huffington Post went on to describe as his "Midas touch" work as Development Editor of Shape and Natural Health; Editor In Chief of Men's Fitness, and influencer of nearly 30 other magazines and newspapers including Food & Wine and Outside—despite his past addiction to heroin."Heroin was the easiest thing I've ever hidden, but because of what I did on it, not the worst," said a now clean and sober Boulton. Boulton, who recently founded the online heroin recovery magazine heroinlife.com that New York Magazine called, "Brilliant," says My story is about something more deadly than heroin itself: the ease in which professionally high profile addicts like me are able to stay camouflaged by Armani suits, fabulous apartments, important job titles, big checks, and perfectly manicured television appearances in front of millions of trusting viewers on everything from the Today Show, Anderson Cooper 360, while struggling with heroin."
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