Tag Archives: New York City
7:37 am on Mulberry Street. September 20 or 21, 2012. Some days it’s hard to know what day it is. San Genarro should be over, but the street is still lined with white plastic tents; every block the same variety … Continue reading
The ocean being alone or not knowing what to say is the same thing alright let’s start over from the beginning. I was born in a room with no windows. The water surrounded the island. I fell in love with … Continue reading
What would happen if we stopped trying to make sense and started trying to make? Creation is war against static. My body is a temple My God watches Adam and Eve mourn in a spray painted garden on Bowery with … Continue reading
A Divine Intoxication: Exulting Land and Sea Amy Leigh Cutler will be one of the presenting poets at this wonderful evening of art, poetry, and light fare. Come out and celebrate!
I ate beef patties, drank old english and in the morning I wanted eggs. Sandwiches are different these days. They used to be turkey and brie on baguette. Tuna or egg salad with mayo on toasted white bread. Now it’s … Continue reading
I’ve always loved meat more than animals, and omnivores more than vegans. Probably because I’ve been in the restaurant business for long enough to know that vegans are picky, pretentious, and wear stupid earth shoes, and omnivores come in all … Continue reading