These poems dig past saccharine descriptions of New York City from a traveler’s perspective, and look at the gloomy effects of the city’s isolation.Read More
Scenes from NYC provides a sensory experience—a collection of vivid imagery, storytelling, and first-hand accounts of the bizarre and brilliant.
I keep recognizing people on the New York City subway, but I can’t be sure if I know them. Is this real, or am I seeing patterns in meaningless data?Read More
On March 26th, an explosion collapsed three buildings in NYC and damaged another. The tragedy took two lives and injured many. I witnessed the aftermath.Read More
A poem on the stark contract of a city that exists both underground and above.Read More
At a concert in New York City’s East Village, a writer has an out-of-body experience in this Beat Generation-style musing on millennial counterculture.Read More