We prefer not to commit. To jobs. To other people. To belief systems. To phone calls.
Monica recalls a transatlantic flight from Rome to New York in January, 1996.
And I couldn’t resist snapping the nearby Cable Building on Broadway and W. Houston.
A memory of friendly ghosts in New York, 1996.
The many handsome buildings of Lafayette between E. 4th and Astor Place.
Plus a girlie caption on a slow afternoon.
Revisiting my underground high school newspaper.
A Baltimore statue is no stranger to controversy.
Making the Ivy League by alternative means, via 116th St.
What A Fiery Flying Roll can tell us about the royal succession.
An ex-pat of 25 years and his changing opinions on the United States.
Monica remembers a friendly stranger encounter at a bus stop some years ago in the Midwest.
I secured my car doors and reluctantly locked eyes with my combatant.
The tides yield to its pull and the seasonal shift unfolds like clockwork.
It’s not just an economic nightmare, but a loss of security, spirit and hope.
Be kind my ass.
You meet all sorts of people, at the concert venue, on the road and in hotel bars.
How do you manufacture belief?
They weren’t on the same page.
During my junior high school years, we smoked a lot more pot than cigarettes.
More than just a little brother.
A rare interview with the legendary American writer.
A live reading by the late artist, included as supplement with Ron Mann's Poetry in Motion, Vol. 2.
A conversation about his novel The Moor's Last Sigh.
A new book-length poem by Raymond Cummings.
The author talks about her latest novel on Poured Over.
A three-part interview with the late artist from less than two years ago.
Half an hour with one of the eminent philosophers of the twentieth century.
Half an hour with the author of Chilly Scenes of Winter and many more.
The late writer spoke with Richard Dawkins in October 2011, just two months before his untimely death.