For most amateurs, swimming three to four miles a day for a week would be at least a moderate test of endurance. But for the writer Peter Rock, who explored the sea around the Greek island of Milos for this

— Alice Newell-Hanson

issue’s story “The Blue Line” (Page 106), the experience was in fact a luxurious break from his descent into what he calls “a dangerous subculture of winter swimmers.” Rock, whose most recent book, “The Night Swimmers” (2019), is an autobiographical...

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