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(Excerpt from Broken Land, a Brooklyn Tale) I closed my notebook and sat motionless at my desk for a long while, feeling flat and infirm. Then, not able to put it off any longer, it was time to disengage my … Continue reading
(Excerpt from Broken Land, a Brooklyn Tale) I climbed the stairs to the third floor, where Jimmy’s apartment was. When I got to his door, I knocked, not expecting an answer, and not getting one. I turned the knob, expecting … Continue reading
(Excerpt from Broken Land, a Brooklyn Tale) There’s not really a name for what I do. I am not an investigative journalist, I am not a private eye. I am not a minstrel essayist. There are many things that I … Continue reading
The new edition of my first novel, Broken Land, a Brooklyn Tale, is now available for preorder (Unsolicited Press), in anticipation of its official relaunch. ABOUT: A spectral, existential noir set against the aging irons of Coney Island and old guard lions … Continue reading
My first novel, Broken Land, a Brooklyn Tale, which was named Underground Book Reviews Book of the Year (2014), has officially been re-released. Available in paperback and digital editions. Click here to buy. ABOUT: A spectral, existential noir set against the aging … Continue reading
Manic with vigor, city’s chaste love affair with itself, off the rails.
Rigged trip to the moon, in a future long since gone– A round-trip mirage.
Light at tunnel’s end, or, tunnel vision hemmed-in? Religion’s track record.
Snow, Coney Island, faded play beneath the bones– ghosts of children past.