Daniel Simpson was a foreign correspondent in Bosnia for the New York Times between 2002 and 2003. He became disillisioned with his work, and tried to start a music festival in the waning days of the Yugoslavian conflict. After that, he became an addict. Now he's written a book about it. Don Merrill talks with Daniel Simpson about his new book, A Rough Guide to the Dark Side, his decent in his own Divine Comedy and his ongoing recovery into adulthood.